Ending an employment relationship doesn’t have to be difficult, our legal team can advise on best practice.
We appreciate that ending an employment relationship is often not an easy task for either party.
Our expert team of Solicitors can advise on all aspects involved in bringing an employment relationship to an end; from misconduct, restructuring, redundancies, poor performance and dismissal on the grounds of ill-health, to negotiating and executing settlement agreements and defending tribunal proceedings, our employment law solicitors are here to advise and support you through this time.
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Jade is incredibly efficient and one of the most considerate and professional Solicitors I have had the opportunity to work with. Jade takes the time to ensure you are fully cognisant of all the options available when considering next steps.
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