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HR & Employee Management

HR & Employee Management

As most employers know, dealing with staff and human resource matters can be a time consuming and stressful process. In addition to keeping abreast of changes in employment law legislation and ensuring these are carried across into your business practices, everyday matters such as grievances, unsatisfactory performance and sickness absence can often stop you in your tracks, be disruptive and waste precious management time.

This is why, alongside providing specialist advice across the full spectrum of employment law, Farleys Solicitors also offer HR advisory support services, providing businesses and employers with help and guidance on all employee and worker related matters.

Farleys provide HR and employment management services, tailored specifically to the needs of your organisation. Our advice can be funded by way of a) fixed fee (if appropriate), b) pay as you go/hourly rate or c) a pay monthly, fixed cost annual package.

Employee Management & HR Services

Our team of expert solicitors work closely with you to ensure your business can deal with any HR and employment law matter efficiently and effectively and also that your business is kept informed, up to date and at the forefront of what is an extremely complex and constantly evolving area of law. We offer expert legal advice on all areas including the following:

Contact a Specialist in HR & Employment Law

Here at Farleys our dedicated team of HR & Employment law solicitors have the technical skill and expertise to provide cost effective, practical solutions tailored to your business’s needs. For further advice or information call
0333 331 4039, alternatively please complete an online enquiry form.

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