How can we help you?
As an employer, you have countless responsibilities, following up on changes in legislation and resolving disputes may sometimes take a backseat. Our solicitors are experts and will make sure to direct you to the right path and resolve issues as quickly as possible without causing too much disruption.
When you come across pressing issues, such as employee complaints regarding redundancy or alleged privacy breaches, our solicitors will work towards a resolution as quickly as possible. We provide advice on how to proceed with the issue and focus on a resolution that is peaceful with fewer interruptions to the company and its reputation.
If you are not sure of your legal obligations or in need of advice on employee issues, get in touch with our experienced solicitors today.
Contact us today on 029 2049 1271 for expert advice and guidance or complete our online enquiry form.
We offer our HR Package to small or large businesses to put your mind at ease when dealing with a range of employment and HR-related issues. We offer three package options to fit your business. We are also able to accommodate a bespoke package suited to your specific business needs. For more information on our HR packages visit: HR & Support Package Options
At Redkite Solicitors Cardiff, we offer a wide range of services aimed at supporting employers in their compliance with employment laws and dealing with conflicts within the company. We can provide advice in employment law and HR including:
Many documentations underpin the relationship between the employer and employee. Apart from the Contract of Employment, a business requires employment policies and procedures that specify ways of handling various issues. Interpretation of agreements and policies guide and define the consequences of disputes. Therefore, contracts and employment policies must obey employment laws.
We are a well-equipped team ready to assist you when drafting employment contracts. We are here to make sure that your employees’ rights and responsibilities are clearly defined to protect your company. We will also review your current agreements to ensure they comply with the employment laws.
Our team of Employment and HR solicitors can assess your existing policies and propose amendments or draft new documents. We can also provide assistance in preparing the following documents relating to work relationships:
- Directors Service agreement
- Contracts of service
- Staff handbooks
- Partnership agreements
- Consultancy agreements
Termination of Employment
Whether it is a dismissal or redundancy, the company will need to operate according to the law, employees’ contract and company policies. We provide advice on what steps to take to make sure that the redundancy process is just and complies fully with the employment laws. We have experience in handling disputes caused by accusations of unfair dismissal.
If you wish to terminate an employee’s contract, we are here to make sure you do so, according to the disciplinary procedures. We can offer support in negotiating and drafting settlement agreements if a dispute occurs because of dismissals.
It is unlawful to discriminate against protected groups under the Equality Act 2010. Failure to comply with the discrimination clauses can lead to legal action against your company. Unfair treatment of employees because of their age, gender, sexuality, race or disability can be direct or indirect. Our Employment and HR solicitors will help implement policies according to the Equality Act. We can also provide a legal defence when you face discrimination charges.
Our expert solicitors can work alongside involved parties and give professional advice during the restructuring process. Errors made during reorganisation can be costly. Therefore, we will ensure that the Transfer or Undertakings (TUPE) regulations are complied with to prevent any subsequent legal action.
Employment Tribunals and Dispute Resolutions
Conflicts between an employee and their employer can occur because of unfair dismissal, discrimination or breach of contract. Our solicitors will guide you through the resolution process and try to avoid claims from reaching the Employment Tribunal. We will represent your interests in mediation and arbitration to ensure that we achieve a harmonious resolution.
If a claim moves forward to an employment tribunal, we are here to guide you every step of the way. Our Employment and HR solicitors will formulate a defence and represent you during the tribunal hearing. We will make sure that your rights are met and strive to protect your professional reputation.
Our team of solicitors is available when you need professional advice on employment issues. Some of the issues that may occur include disciplinary matters, absence management, stress claims, poor performance and mediation. We are here to ensure that your Employment and HR matters are handled in a way that complies with the law to avoid disputes.
To improve your business, we tailor our HR training according to your needs. It provides insights into areas of improvement regarding employment laws. Our solicitors offer training on how you can implement the best working practices and prevent employment tribunals.
Why choose Redkite Solicitors?
At Redkite Solicitors Cardiff, we prioritise giving legal advice on Employment and HR matters suited to your business needs. We make sure our clients receive guidance and expert advice when dealing with conflicts.
Our solicitors have dealt with many employment issues in several businesses, giving guidance and resolving disputes.
We have a proven accomplishment in delivering Employment and HR support to ensure your business is in compliant with the latest legislation. Our expert guidance will keep your reputation safe and protect it from tribunal claims.
We have a full understanding of the complexity of employment laws. We can provide advice and support on many different HR issues. We can assist you in preparing employment documents, conflict resolution and offer representation in tribunals.
If you are in need of guidance regarding employment laws or dealing with disputes, contact us today on 029 2049 1271 for expert advice and guidance or complete our online enquiry form.