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Employers must actively manage their businesses – including taking tough employment decisions when necessary. Availability, speed, accuracy and clarity of advice are all vital. But even more important are the adviser’s abilities to listen, to grasp the situation on the ground and to provide a service tailored to that business context.
 

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We work as part of our employer clients’ teams to support decision-making processes, ensuring that decisions are robust and where necessary defending them against challenge. Much of this work is behind the scenes – keeping our clients out of the Courts and Tribunals and so more able to focus on ensuring greater success for their organisations.

No employment issue is without risk. But ultimately the greatest employment risk for any organisation is to let things slide. Having our specialist expertise and hands-on approach throughout , gives our clients the added confidence to take a firm grip, to reward excellence, deal with mediocrity (or worse) and build for the future.

Employment law advice for employers

Employers Insights

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News

Coronavirus return to work u-turn causes mental health and redundancy concerns - Niki Southern quoted in HR Magazine

Teachers warned to avoid holiday quarantine risk or they could lose pay - Richard Fox quoted in The Daily Telegraph

The next ethical dilemma: do we pay back furlough? - Kirsty Churm quoted in Personnel Today

Post-pandemic pay-cuts on the horizon bosses warn - Richard Fox quoted in HR Magazine

Time for action on ethnic diversity in the workplace - Bina Patel and Ozlem Mehmet write for Personnel Today

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Blogs

How can employers and managers tackle racial discrimination in the workplace and encourage people to speak up?

The implications of furlough abuse

BAME Livelihoods Matter – Taking Positive Action

HMRC to clampdown on businesses that have abused the Furlough scheme

Fair redundancies - Top 10 tips for employers: Part 2 - Collective Consultation

The Furlough Countdown

Black Livelihoods Matter – Getting your recruitment right

Flexible furlough scheme: what employers need to know

Changing terms and conditions: when furlough is not enough

Property adjustments required to ensure a safe return to work: Employment and Property law insights

Guidance for employers on conducting disciplinary and grievance procedures during the Coronavirus pandemic

Transatlantic trends from the UK’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the Paycheck Protection Program in the US

Loxit - what are the key legal considerations for UK employers?

Beware the hidden cost of furlough abuse

Cyber bullying in the workplace during remote working

Is shared parental leave in need of reform?

Urgent Home Office guidance required for furloughed Tier 2 sponsored workers

Falling between the cracks – is it time to legislate for dual discrimination?

What can employers do to combat the recent surge in disability discrimination claims?

Fair redundancies - Top 10 tips for employers: Part 1 - Individual Consultation

Alternatives to redundancies – Top 10 tips for employers

Mind the (Ethnicity Pay) Gap

Fixing the broken rung – action to improve gender balance

Shared Parental Leave – Men it could be time to burn your boxers

Will there be cultural change in the financial and professional services?

Two years after #MeToo: is there a case for banning relationships at work?

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