My role

As a partner in the employment and pensions team, I lead the firms work in the health and social care sector. I love being given challenging situations to resolve and identifying commercial solutions. I mainly work with clients in the health and social care and social housing sector.

My experience

I help people unblock difficult employment issues be that with key employees or trade unions. I enjoy helping clients with managing redundancy or contract change programmes to manage risk whilst maintaining employee relations. My TUPE and National Minimum Wage experience is highly regarded by clients. As part of a wider health and social care team I also input on wider commercial and regulatory issues.

My specialisms

  • Managing change
  • Resolving employee or trade union disputes
  • TUPE and Local Government Pension Scheme issues
  • National Minimum Wage
  • Social care Issues
Worker status – a tsunami of gig economy claims?
Worker status – a tsunami of gig economy claims?

The issue of worker status continues to make its way into the headlines, fuelling uncertainty about who is self-employed, who is a worker and (most relevant) who has the corresponding employment right

Bypassing Collectively Agreed Terms
Bypassing Collectively Agreed Terms

What can an employer do when its negotiations with a recognised union break down and they cannot collectively agree changes to terms?

Live-in Care and the National Minimum Wage compliance
Live-in Care and the National Minimum Wage compliance

While it is always possible that case-law may change in the future, as far as we are aware, there is no significant risk at the moment in using the daily average agreements for live-in care.

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