Employment law

The coronavirus has left businesses owners and HR Managers inundated with questions regarding the Job Support Scheme and Redundancy.

Knight Polson is a part of the Metamorph group, which enables us to give our clients access to employment law services through our sister companies. Whether you think you’ve been dismissed unfairly, are experiencing harassment in the workplace or want to know where you stand with a restrictive covenant in your employment contract, we can put you in contact with our national team, who can support you with a range of matters.

We can support your business through restructure, mass redundancies and implementing the Job Support Scheme.

Coronavirus continues to have a huge impact on businesses, which is why we’re offering a free 20-minute telephone consultation to discuss any issues employers might be facing at this difficult time.

The ever-changing world of employment law

Employment law for business is constantly changing and is becoming ever more complex, so there are legal pitfalls even for businesses that do their best to act within the law. Our expert team are on hand to help.

We can assist you with the following:

  • Contracts of employment
  • Grievance and disciplinary matters
  • Unfair Dismissal
  • Redundancy
  • Termination of employment.
  • Settlement agreements.
  • Tribunal and court work

If you lack the in-house legal resources to cover this, or are simply busy, we can provide the solution, by reviewing and developing your policies and practices, to protect your business as it grows, keeping it up to date with the law.

Strengthen your business

We can help strengthen your business by bringing years of HR experience to the table, we can help organisations put policies in place that will protect both the business and the employee. Additionally we can advise you on sensitive issues such as redundancy programmes, employee grievances, tribunal claims and terminating employment.

We aim to be a real asset to our clients’ businesses. If you would like to discuss your situation and how we can help, please get in touch.

To speak to an employment law expert or to book an appointment contact us today.