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Employee Exits

Employee Exits

Employee exits are necessary in all businesses. Whether relating to specific issues such as misconduct, disciplinary matters, poor performance, ill-health or retirement, or simply due to a commercial need to re-shape and grow a business, sometimes arranging for employees to exit the business is the only viable option.

Dealing with employee exits can be extremely complex, whether this be for a particular individual’s exit or when dealing with multiple exits, for example during redundancy. It is imperative that businesses seek legal advice on HR & employment law issues arising from employee exits, so they understand their legal position and the tactics to be implemented in order to achieve their commercial objectives whilst staying on the right side of the law.

Advice and Services for Employers

Our dedicated employment law & HR solicitors provide expert legal guidance in the following areas related to employee exits:

  • Settlement agreements and termination packages
  • Director, Shareholder and senior employee exits
  • Disciplinary procedures and related issues
  • Dismissals
  • Redundancies
  • Unfair dismissal advice
  • Absences
  • Managing performance and capability
  • Misconduct issues

Depending on what is required for each individual case, our services also include drafting letters, documents, meeting minutes, reports and guidance notes to assist you at meetings, with the ultimate goal of a smooth transition to achieve your commercial objectives.

Contact a Solicitor Specialising in Employee Exits

For further information on employee exits contact Farleys’ specialist HR & employment law team on 0333 331 4598, or complete an online enquiry form.

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