Employment Law for Employers
Aman Law Solicitors represents business clients with employment law issues in the public and private sectors. We deal with all aspects of employment law including contentious aspects of employment law such as unfair dismissal as well as non-contentious aspects like contracts of employment and employment handbooks. Our specialist employment law solicitors are highly experienced at defending claims in the employment tribunals and employment appeal tribunals.
Protecting your Business
Employment law can be confusing for employers, with complex regulations and ever-changing legislation to keep up with. By choosing to work with specialist solicitors, employers with employment law issues can be confident of getting the very best advice. While many law firms offer employment law advice, the complexity in this area of law means it is crucial to instruct employment specialists with the necessary expertise to protect your business interests.
Employment Disputes and Employment Tribunal Claims
Disputes can be costly in management time, legal costs and tribunal awards as well as damaging to company morale and reputation. We believe prevention is better than any cure and pride ourselves on ensuring that employment law risks are minimised at an early stage and your business avoids lengthy and expensive employment tribunal claims in the Employment Tribunal. Where your business faces an employment tribunal claim, we will defend your position, guide you through the complex employment tribunal procedure and represent your business at the Employment Tribunal hearing.
Our Employment Law Services
We offer advice on all aspects of employment law and our services include the following:
- Defending Employers in Employment Tribunal Claims
- Appeals in the Employment Appeal Tribunal
- Drafting employment contracts and company handbooks
- Service Agreements
- Employment policies and procedure advice
- Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures
- Unfair Dismissal
- Discrimination, Victimisation & Harassment
- Sickness Absence
- Breach of contract and unlawful deduction claims
- Restrictive Covenants
- Settlement Agreements