- Employment Advice for Employers
- Business Transfers
- Employment Contracts and Handbooks
- Employment Rights
- Employment Tribunal Claims
- Ending an Employment Relationship
- Equal Opportunities
- HR Support and Training
- Managing Sickness Absence
- Misconduct or Poor Performance
- Protecting Trade Secrets and Client Lists
- Recruiting New Staff
- WBW Employment Law Service
WBW can review your current employment documents and draft new employment documentation to assist your organisation. Clear guidance and terms and conditions of an employers relationship with their employees will help to prevent disputes and ensure a happy workforce.
Employers are legally bound to provide a written statement setting out basic terms and conditions of employment. We can provide a tailored contract of employment and supplementary documents such as a staff handbook of policies and procedures to suit your business. This will reduce the risks of a dispute, or terms being determined by a Judge.
An employment handbook containing employment policies, procedures, codes and statements of intent will provide comprehensive detail about how your business operates. An employment handbook should include comprehensive descriptions about the standards expected from employees as well as grievance and disciplinary procedures.
Our specialist Employment Solicitors can advise you on all aspects of documentation relating to the employment relationship and how to protect your business interest including:-
- Drafting of employment documents and restrictive covenants;
- Negotiating terms of an employment contract;
- Introducing new or updating existing policies and procedures;
- Advising on existing employment contracts and validity of restrictive covenants; and
- All litigation concerning employment contracts.
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