If your organisation is facing workforce issues such as resolving employee relations problems and defending employment claims, our experienced employment law team can support you through the process.
We know that clients come to us for solutions to workforce issues. Employment law is complex and our experienced employment law team can help your organisation navigate a full range of employment issues, from high-value discrimination cases to unfair dismissal claims, through to negotiating settlement agreements, handling redundancies and general employment law advice.
Two of the main areas we cover in employment law are resolving employee relations problems and defending employment claims.
We can help you with resolving employee relations problems
Whether you have issues with key individuals, or across the workforce, our team is trained to identify key legal issues and then to work with you to agree a solution. In some cases, that might mean a settlement agreement and, in others, it might mean a robust disciplinary or grievance process. Where trade unions are involved and relationships are strained, we have used a variety of strategies to help reach agreement or, where appropriate to bypass the unions.
We can help you with defending employment claims
Employment tribunal claims can be stressful, costly and time-consuming. We work with employers to handle claims in the most cost-effective and least time-consuming way possible. We partner with our clients to ensure they are using their in-house resources to complete some of the processes, such as witness statements, and can provide training if required - reducing the cost of defending employment claims.
If an employer loses a tribunal claim it can impact the organisation financially, and negative publicity could damage the reputation of the organisation. If an employer is unsuccessful in defending employment claims, they can be ordered to pay compensation to the employee or the employee could seek reinstatement. Our specialist employment law team draws on its extensive sector knowledge and experience and can guide you through each stage of the tribunal process, from the initial response to a tribunal claim, through to support with preparing witness statements and strategic advice on handling the tribunal. Our passionate solicitors are committed to getting the best possible result for your organisation.
We can also undertake a professional review of your procedures to identify any measures you could take to minimise and manage the risk of future tribunal claims. Our commercial and sector-focused approach allows us to see the wider issues when defending employment claims. All of our work in relation to employment tribunal claims is completed by qualified solicitors. Our solicitors are passionate about delivering expert support to your organisation to achieve a successful resolution to your people issues. With advice that is practical and clear, we work with our clients to guide them through every step of the process. Our experienced teams have extensive sector knowledge and experience to assist organisations through periods of uncertainty, change and difficulty.
If you would like further information about resolving employee relations problems and defending employment claims, or just simply how our employment law team can help you, please get in touch.
We have been recognised for the work we do
Remuneration for the supply of goods and the power to award equitable allowances.
The government did not accept two of the Law Commission’s recommendations - as they saw them as important safeguards in protecting charities interests in property.
In this ebriefing, we focus on the response regarding cy-pres schemes and the proceeds of fundraising appeals.
The monthly round-up from the Anthony Collins Solicitors charities team
The long and arduous legal process to determine what the National Minimum Wage regulations mean on the question of workers’ 'sleep-in' pay is coming to an end.
At the end of 2020, The Charity Governance Code was updated or 'refreshed' as it is termed on its website.
We have spent the best part of a year learning new vocabulary that most of us don’t want to use ever again; 'furlough', 'self-isolation', 'CJRS' to name a few.
As our parcels are delayed and some groceries appear lacking, we are reminded that Brexit will have unforeseen implications for some time to come.
On 19 December 2019 Boris Johnson had, almost a week earlier, won a general election and the Queen announced, in her speech to Parliament, the Employment Bill (the Bill).
In so many ways the global pandemic has made running an organisation or business so much harder during these past 10 months.
To receive invitations to our events, as well as information and articles on legal issues and sector developments that are of interest to you, please sign up to Newsroom.