The most valuable asset in any organisation is its people, but with the value comes risk. All businesses need help navigating the potential pitfalls set by UK and EU employment law and, when problems do occur, finding solutions. That’s where our employment law specialists come in.
We deal with all employment matters including:
- Discrimination at Work
- Grievance and Disciplinary Hearings
- Team Moves
- Restrictive Covenants
- Bonus Disputes
- Bullying and Harassment
Acting for Senior Executives
We also work with senior employees, so if you are experiencing problems at work, need advice on starting a new job, or just have concerns about leaving your employer, then Kingsley Napley can help.
Whether you are a business or a senior employee, when you become a client of KN’s Employment Law Team you can expect the highest standards of care and a service tailored to your needs. Our lawyers are well known for giving pragmatic and commercial advice underpinned by comprehensive legal knowledge and experience. Our expertise is combined with valuable perspective which comes from acting for employers as well as senior employees in a variety of industries. We have a strong record in dealing with disputes arising out of the financial services industry.
You can expect a service that is proactive, prompt and cost-effective.
We have clients from across all business sectors, including law, finance, banking, information technology, oil, market research and recruitment and our individual clients include hedge fund managers, brokers, senior investment bankers and city lawyers.
Ahead of the curve - Helping you keep pace during 2013
We run a programme of Employment Breakfast Briefings, which provides a forum where you can meet with other senior professionals and business owners from various industries to discuss best practices around issues that affect you and your business.
Employment law updates
Click on the following link to view the latest edition of Employment Watch - our quarterly newsletter. We also produce monthly Employment Heads Up e-bulletins to keep you posted on the latest changes and cases. Click on the following link to subscribe to receive these.
For more information or to speak to our employment lawyers please contact Richard Fox at email@example.com.