Jordan’s Solicitors Can Provide Expert Support and Legal Advice on Employment Issues for Your Business
We have the experience and expertise to help you and your business manage your workforce and deal with workplace employment issues.
Managing your workforce can be difficult. Employment issues can arise at anytime. Unresolved employment issues may result in a claim. This can have a significant drain on management time and resources. This is why you should get expert advice both at the outset of the employment relationship and when issues arise.
There may also be issues arising from strategic changes you wish to make to your workforce. Changes such as redundancies, change in terms and conditions of employment or a transfer of your business to another. You must meet certain legal obligations before making changes. Getting it wrong can be costly to the business. This is why you should get expert advice before any changes are made.
At Jordan’s Solicitors, we will look at your business needs and objectives to find the right solution for you. We will assess your concerns, advice of the risks and work closely with you to provide you with practical solutions to your problems. We can deal with employment issues of all sizes and you will be looked after by a client contact partner who will ensure that you are provided with clear advice.
Frequently asked questions
We can offer a range of flexible fee structures including fixed fees, annual fee packages or working on an hourly rate basis depending upon your needs.
To see how Jordan’s Solicitors can help and to discuss our fee structures in more detail please call 0330 3001103 or request a call back.
Our Commitment to Client Satisfaction
Our employment lawyers are committed to client care and ensuring that you receive the right advice. Led by Susan Lewis and supported by Robert Bates, the team possesses a wealth of experience in employment law and will work to resolve your issue as quickly and cost effectively as possible.
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