Employment Law

Your business is only as good as the people it employs. We understand that staff represent one of your biggest assets. However, we also understand they can be one of your biggest risks and cause you the most problems.

Our Bristol and Portishead based Employment solicitors can help you protect your business from the outset of the employment relationship, and also deal with all aspects of managing staff including: recruitment, disciplinary and grievances, exiting staff, and defending Employment Tribunal claims.

Employment Law Services Tailored to You

We tailor our employment law services to suit your strategy and budget. You will also benefit from our flexible and cost-effective fee structures, which include fixed fees and monthly retainers.

Free First Advice

It costs nothing to pick up the phone or email us to find out more about how we can help your business. The first consultation is free.

Clear Price Guarantee

We will always be clear about the cost of our services and will never undertake work before you agree to it, so you are always in control – find out more about our Clear Price Guarantee here.

Absolute Employment Protection Service

Our Absolute Employment Protection Service provides you with a helpline for expert employment law and HR advice from as little as £100 plus VAT per month. In addition, your business will also benefit from insurance to cover the cost of defending claims, payment of Tribunal and settlement awards, and defending criminal and Health & Safety Executive prosecutions.
To find out more about our Absolute Employment Protection Service click here. 

Our employment law services include: 

Contact our team of expert employment solicitors to discuss your needs. We offer FREE first advice. Call our team on 0117 929 0333 or email.

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Head of our Employment Law team, Julia Beasley shares her thoughts of the ongoing high heels row

April 24, 2017

It’s no surprise that calls for a new law banning companies from telling women to wear high heels at work have been rejected. The reason we’re not surprised, is that there already is a law in place...

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