Families and Pregnancy
Employers should be aware of their responsibilities towards employees with existing families or just plans to start one. If such situations are handled incorrectly they could give rise to claims of unfair dismissal and unlawful discrimination. With the introduction of shared parental leave in April 2015, the landscape has became more complicated than ever so it is important to get advice at an early stage.
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Partner, Employment Law
Anthony offers succinct and practical advice to both businesses and individuals on various issues including redundancies, unfair and wrongful dismissals claims, unlawful discrimination, grievance and disciplinary procedures, TUPE, staff handbooks, contracts of employment, restrictive covenants and their enforcement, settlement agreements and the employment aspects of corporate reorganisations or sales. Read more...
Associate, Employment Law
Matthew handles all types of employment matters. He represents and advises employees and employers on issues involving whistleblowing, discrimination, redundancies, unfair and wrongful dismissal, TUPE, Working Time Regulations, restrictive covenants and settlement agreements. Read more...