With ever changing employment legislation it has never been more important for employers to obtain prompt and accurate advice to guard against employee claims. We get to know your business and provide a responsive and pragmatic service focused on achieving successful commercial outcomes.
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Employment disputes can arise in even the best-run businesses, and when they do occur, it is important that you can access legal advice without jeopardising your relationship with your employer.
We offer confidential advice on claims in the following areas and many more:
Changes to the National Minimum Wage come into affect on 1 April 2017. Employment lawyer Roger Spence details the main changes and what it means […]read more >
From April 2017, private sector firms with more than 250 staff will be required by law to calculate and report on the gender pay gap […]read more >
With tougher sentences and fines for health and safety offences starting to bite, Harrison Drury’s David Edwards, offers some advice for how businesses can take […]read more >
The turbulent political events of 2016, technology trends and the changing economy will have far reaching consequences for the UK workplace over the next 12-months. […]read more >
A recent piece of research by the conciliation service ACAS claimed that UK employers could be missing out on top talent because of their views […]read more >
Helen Darbyshire, HR advisor at Harrison Drury, offers some practical advice for business owners and managers on addressing high staff turnover rates. While every organisation […]read more >
Harrison Drury’s HR advisor Helen Darbyshire looks at the key issues that tend to impact upon staff morale and retention rates and what practical measures […]read more >
Harrison Drury’s HR advisor Helen Darbyshire details how businesses can steer clear of discrimination claims during the recruitment and selection process. With employment at record […]read more >
Following Britain’s decision to leave the EU, employment law expert Roger Spence looks at the possible consequences for UK employment legislation. A formal EU exit […]read more >
The government is looking into banning non-compete clauses in a bid to boost commercial innovation. Roger Spence, employment lawyer at Harrison Drury, discusses what this […]read more >