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If dealing with people issues gives your business a headache… let us help find the solutions with our HR Retainer Service

Our fixed fee Employment Law retainer service delivers timely HR and employment law advice for a fixed fee.

Key features:

Expert – Our advice is delivered by qualified solicitors who have expert knowledge in employment law.

Consistency – We offer consistency not a call centre approach. Every client is different and we will work hard to get to know and understand your business. We pride ourselves on being easy to work with.

Timely Advice – We understand that people issues sometimes won’t wait and so we will always return your call as soon as we are able.

Contact us for further details of our HR Retainer Service and to arrange a no-obligation initial meeting.

 

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26/02/2020

New guidance on harassment at work

The #MeToo campaign has exposed many occasions where Non Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) have been used as an attempt to prevent employees speaking out about sexual harassment in the workplace. The difficulty for employers is there are no minimum requirements as to how they should act to prevent and deal with such behaviour in the first…

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James Monk
Senior Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

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Team

James Monk

Senior Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Jade Linton

Senior Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Emma Monk

Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Lauren Cope

Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Michelle O’Hara

Commercial & HR Director, Employment & HR Law

Contact

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Thursfields Employment Team is 'an effective unit' that 'handles myriad employment matters at all levels for a range of commercial clients.

Legal 500 2017

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26/02/2020

New guidance on harassment at work

The #MeToo campaign has exposed many occasions where Non Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) have been used as an attempt to prevent employees speaking out about sexual harassment in the workplace. The difficulty for employers is there are no minimum requirements as to how they should act to prevent and deal with such behaviour in the first…

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25/02/2020

Anticipated surge in gifts in wills can benefit charities of all sizes

Charities of all sizes need to look to the long term as well as short term fundraising projects, according to Thursfields Solicitors. Senior associate solicitor Katherine Ellis, who previously spent three years in London working as a solicitor and legacy manager with the British Heart Foundation, said it was not just big national charities that…

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