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We are committed to protecting your rights. Our team of expert and highly skilled employment solicitors are experienced in advising individuals on work related legal issues including contracts and pay matters, restrictive covenants, confidentiality agreements, discrimination, employment tribunal claims, workplace grievances, settlement agreements and exit strategies.
Our client base is varied but the majority are senior managers, directors and/or professionals where the pay packages, shares and benefits or restrictive covenants can be significant.
It is important to ensure our clients feel at ease with us. We will advise you in a clear and straightforward way to achieve the best result for you.
We advise on all aspects of employment law including:
- contract and pay issues
- restrictive covenants
- director disputes
- settlement agreements
- tribunal claims and representation
- disciplinary and grievance issues
- discrimination issues
- sickness/performance issues
To understand how our costs are calculated view our 'Employment Tribunals for Claimants Pricing overview'.
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Good work plan update - future changes to employment law
Narrowing the scope of Employment Tribunal litigation
GDPR - six months on
What does the budget mean for employment?
Who's liable? Employer or employee?
Employees may have longer to bring tribunal claims
Employment Tribunal Statistics 2018
Mental health in the workplace: Active vs reactive
Employment law: Effective investigations FAQs
Ensuring the Gender Pay Gap campaign succeeds
What you need to know if giving a reference - new guidance released
Can an employer be liable for the acts of third party contractors?
ACAS Annual Report: Employment tribunal claims on the rise
Working in a heatwave – what employers need to know
Gangmasters: Protecting your business and your workers
£500,000 fine for data protection breaches intended for Facebook
Government respond to 'Fathers and the workplace' report
Data breach puts GDPR back in the headlines
Supreme Court decision on worker status
The World Cup - an Employer's Survival Guide
Does the processing of children’s data require particular protection under the GDPR?
GDPR - How can we help?
Failure to give a male employee enhanced shared parental pay is not discriminatory
Tax change to Notice Pay comes into force
What amounts to provision, criteria or practice in an Employment Tribunal claim?
GDPR Legal Support Services - Template documents
GDPR - Guidance for Marketing
Age discrimination in the judiciary
Discrimination Time Limits: Continuing Acts
Employment Tribunal Claims
Gender Pay Gap and Equal Pay
GDPR In House Training
Updated guidance on GDPR consent
What to expect in Employment Law in 2018 and how to prepare?
GDPR - the myth about consent
GDPR - Transferring data overseas
GDPR - Data Subjects' rights
Sabbatical and a career break - What is the difference?
Data Protection 2017 - the GDPR clock is ticking!
Services for individuals and families
Get ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Workforce retention – the role of health and wellbeing initiatives
Employment Law facts and figures 2017/18
Will Brexit impact the workers I have in my business from the European Union?
Where’s the workforce?
The government has published its response to the consultation on reforming the Employment Tribunal system this week.
Proposal of a London-only work visa in a post-Brexit society
Implications of BREXIT on employment law: Are we any further on?
Brexit - what next for employment law?
Managing child safeguarding allegations in education
Handling Difficult Situations
Employment Tribunals: Preparing for the real thing
Brachers advises NHS Trust in seminal employment case ruling
Brachers takes top rankings in leading legal directories
Brachers celebrates 40 years of Leeds Castle Classical Concert
Brachers ranked as leading provider in Top Family Law Firm rankings
Brachers' Private Client team become Dementia Friends
Brachers donates over £5000 to local special needs school
Brachers announces ten promotions across firm
Kent businesses race against the clock to get ready for GDPR