The EAD Employment Law Unit acts for a number of different businesses in various sectors, including a call centre, property company, and in education. In addition, EAD has acted on behalf of employers in the care sector, dealing with different claim types.
Running a business usually requires the need to employ staff. Therefore, it is important to receive clear practical advice about employment issues including provision of contracts of employment and dealing with employment situations which arise on a day to day basis.
Not all employment relationships end well and businesses need access to clear advice about how to terminate an employment relationship lawfully, and if necessary how to defend a claim at an Employment Tribunal. EAD will provide best advice, including assisting when necessary to achieve a settlement which may save time and costs, and which will ensure that the business is protected.
Brian King, MD of The Contact People said:- “We have worked with Steve Pinder at EAD on several areas of employment law involving sometimes technical and sensitive problems. Steve has helped us when necessary, providing legal and practical assistance to us in dealing with staff issues from time to time, and I have always found his advice to be pragmatic and direct. Last year the business faced a claim in the Tribunal involving serious allegations. Steve dealt with the matter for us and without any full hearing taking place he was able to persuade the Tribunal to strike the claim out. His sensible and proactive approach meant that we did not have to be involved in lengthy Tribunal proceedings and saved the business a substantial sum in costs”
EAD wants to be part of the team helping your business to thrive. Employment law is a complex and changing area and we are certain that we will add value to your business and help you to avoid pitfalls and to achieve the best outcome as regards your employment law issues.
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