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Our employment law team work alongside clients, as trusted partners navigating the best course of action. 

Employment law is a rapidly changing and a breach could have consequences that can be costly to rectify.

We can offer a reassuring hand to help navigate the employment regulations and guide you to the right solution, offering the full range of employment law advice including immigration advice.

An exceptional balance of expertise and personality.”

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New Employment Law Updates for April 2024

There’s a large number of employment law changes coming in April that are set to shake up the workplace. Employers will need to update their policies to comply with these changes and ensure fair treatment of affected employees.

Update your HR Policies for only £750 + VAT

To update your HR policies impacted by the new changes in employment law, our team of highly experienced employment lawyers are providing a fixed price of £750 + VAT for a limited time only. This offer includes:

New policy required:

  • Carer’s Leave policy

Policies that will need amending:

  • Family Friendly leave policies: including maternity, adoption, and shared parental
  • Redundancy policy
  • Flexible Working policy
  • Time off policy: any policy which covers time off for dependants or emergency leave may need updating

All this for only £750!

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Monica Atwal

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+44 118 960 4605

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  • 03 April 2024
  • Employment

FAQ’s on the new Carer’s Leave Act

Beginning on 6 April 2024, the Carer’s Leave Act comes into force, meaning carers are now entitled to request 1 week’s unpaid leave to care for their dependants.

  • 26 March 2024
  • Employment

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  • 21 March 2024
  • Employment

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In this fifth podcast in our TUPE Podcast Series, Amanda Glover will be focusing on ‘who transfers’ under TUPE. Looking at the definition of ‘employee’ under TUPE legislation and the tests that apply in deciding if those employees transfer.

  • 20 March 2024
  • Employment

Changes to Employment Laws from April 2024 – are you ready?

There’s a large number of employment law changes coming in April which are set to shake up the workplace. It’s crucial for employers to stay informed and prepared.

  • 19 March 2024
  • Employment

Instant Messaging in the Workplace: Factors to be aware of

Workplaces have changed beyond recognition in the four years since the first COVID-19 lockdowns. This anniversary represents an opportunity to look back at how workplaces have changed in that period, from the increased use of flexible and hybrid working, to the continuing and significant integration of more technology in office-based work.

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