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Employment Law & HR

Employment Law & HR

Employment law and Human Resource (HR) issues are often the most time-consuming and difficult areas for any business.

Business owners and managers can find themselves having precious management time and business disrupted by Employment Law & HR matters, disputes and employment claims despite not being aware of having done anything wrong, or in respect of legislation that they were unaware even existed.

Prevention is often far better (and cheaper) than cure, and businesses’ interests lie in ensuring that they are aware of the latest developments in Employment law, are well grounded in HR issues and have immediate access to expert HR and Employment law advice for help, support and guidance.

Legal Advice & Business Support

Our highly skilled solicitors offer expert legal advice across all areas of Employment Law & HR including the following:

If a particular employee dispute cannot be resolved and a claim is made against you, Farleys Solicitors can also advise and represent your organisation in employment tribunal proceedings. 

Farleys HR Advantage

HR & Employment issues can arise at any moment, that’s why we created HR Advantage.

Farleys HR Advantage is a fixed cost, bespoke commercial HR and employment law support service that is tailored to meet the individual needs and requirements of your business.

Offering a flexible approach to as much or as little HR support as you need, a monthly payable, fixed cost annual package is agreed in advance and advice can be accessed over the phone as required or on a face to face basis, depending on your requirements.

To find out more about HR Advantage, click here. 

Contact a Employment Law & HR Solicitor

To speak with an Employment Solicitor at Farleys Solicitors LLP please contact us by email or call us now on 0333 331 5697.

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