Whether we like to admit it or not, we all need HR and Employment Law advice.
Without Employment Law advice, employers could find themselves on the wrong side of the law.
In the worst case scenario, they may need to defend an Employment Tribunal claim.
Employment Tribunal claims have risen 165% according to the latest stats from the Government.
This means paying out hefty sums of compensation and dealing with the reputational damage
The value of good HR and Employment Law advice
The best Employment Law advice an employer can receive is:
The Value of Brilliant Employment Law advice
In order for the Employment Law advice to have real value and impact, you want support and guidance that is tailored to your organisation, instead of generic advice that is given to every client.
You want an Employment Law Adviser who takes the time to learn about your organisation, how you work, the sector you operate in and the specific challenges you face. This way, you can be assured that all your Contracts of Employment, Employee Handbook and other documentation work in harmony with your organisation’s best interests.
Employment Law advice must take into account wider organisational needs to ensure that you are making informed decisions and achieving your goals in the best way possible.
The law can be complex, but it doesn’t have to be. Professional and experienced Employment Law specialists should be skilled at making even the most convoluted of topics easy and straightforward to understand for employers.
There is no reason why employers cannot receive high quality and bespoke Employment Law advice without having to pay huge solicitors’ fees.
By opting for a fixed fee HR and Employment Law service, you will have the peace of mind of knowing that all your needs are covered. Moreover, the price will not go up with each and every call or email you make.
Rather than having to explain yourself over and over again, it is useful to have one point of contact who understands your organisation and what you are looking to accomplish. Having a named Employment Law Adviser means you can build a relationship of trust and see them as an extension of your team.
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Ellis Whittam’s Employment Law Advice is the best option for you
With our fixed fee service, you will receive: