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Employment Solicitors

Employment Solicitors

Employment Solicitors

Else have an experienced team of dedicated employment solicitors that specialise in preventing and managing employment disputes.

Employment law is extremely complex and frequently changing.

The Government is constantly taking steps to clarify this area of law to ensure that the rights of employers and employees are sufficiently clear and understood by both parties.

For any person who employs people, whether that be a business or an individual, avoiding claims from employees should be a priority.

How we can help

Else have a team of experienced employment solicitors, in Burton on Trent, that focus firmly on preventing disputes from occurring.

We do this by making sure that all your business’s contracts, policies, and procedures are fully compliant and up-to-date.

If problems do arise, we will solve them as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. We handle complex cases in a pragmatic manner, focusing on your commercial and personal objectives.

We work with major companies, corporations, local authorities, and SMEs on a range of issues. We deal with everything from restructuring and redundancies to discrimination and disciplinary procedures.

Free Employment Law GuideNo business, however big or small, can afford to fall behind with the changes in employment law.

We offer an initial, FREE telephone conversation and can give you information regarding the likely costs from the outset.

We won’t baffle you with jargon. We will give you a concise and accurate assessment of your situation and a list of pragmatic recommendations.

Take a look at our free employment law guide.

If you would like more information from our employment solicitors in Burton on Trent please call 01283 526200. Alternatively, you can send us a message and we will get in touch at a time that suits you.

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