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Ending an employment relationship doesn’t have to be difficult, our legal team can advise on best practice.

We appreciate that terminating an employment relationship is often not an easy task. But however strong and compelling your reason for termination may be, it is vitally important that you also follow a fair process.  Further, what may be a fair process in a misconduct dismissal, for example, may not be appropriate in other circumstances (e.g. poor-performance). It is also important that you avoid the risk of inadvertent discrimination when dismissing someone.

Our expert team of Solicitors can advise on all aspects involved in bringing an employment relationship to an end, whether because of misconduct, restructuring, redundancy, poor performance, ill-health or ‘some other substantial reason’.  We can also help you negotiate severance packages and settlement agreements.  And if you do find yourself facing a claim, we can help you defend employment tribunal proceedings.

Whatever issues you may face when terminating employment, our employment law solicitors are here to provide support and practical, pragmatic advice.

Call our HR & Employment Law experts on 0345 20 73 72 8 or email info@thursfields.co.uk

 

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18/03/2021

Loss of flexibility could prove an own goal for Uber drivers

Uber’s decision to pay the national living wage, holiday entitlement and pension contributions could remove one of the fundamental attractions of working in the gig economy, according to employment experts at Thursfield Solicitors. Helena Morrissey, director and head of employment at Thursfields, said: “Uber drivers are today celebrating the Supreme Court decision that they should…

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Helena Morrissey
Director, Employment & HR Law

Helena qualified as a solicitor in 2003, having originally graduated in music and having spent several years working for BBC Radio 3 as a researcher and producer. She advises on the whole spectrum of employment law issues, from day to day HR matters such as managing disciplinary, performance and absence issues, to conducting complex Employment…

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Helena Morrissey

Director, Employment & HR Law

James Monk

Associate Director, Employment & HR Law

Lisa Kemp

Associate Director, Employment & HR Law

Emma Monk

Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Jade Linton

HR Business Partner / Associate Director, Employment

Michelle O’Hara

Managing Director

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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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