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We offer all our clients fast, clear, concise and commercial advice on all employment law and HR issues.
The mfg Employment Law and HR Services team are experienced employment law solicitors and HR professionals, offering a wide range of employment law advice to businesses across the West Midlands, including Worcestershire and Shropshire.
We are ranked by The Legal 500 and won the Worcestershire Law Society’s prestigious award for Employment Law firm of the Year in 2017. We are also members of the Employment Lawyers Association.
Employment law rarely stands still. It is one of the fastest moving areas of the law in the UK. The legal rights and obligations of workers and businesses are changing constantly through new regulations and case law. With workers increasingly aware of their rights, employing staff can be a potential minefield for any employer – from the smallest family-run business to the largest multinational organisation.
Whether you are dealing with a difficult member of staff, unsure how to handle a complaint, worried about absences from work, or simply want to check you have the right contracts and policies in protect, we are help to help you with all your employment law and HR issues.
We are not only here for when things go wrong. Our specialist team can work with you to ensure your employment documentation is up date and compliant.
In particular, our solicitors and HR professionals have experience and expertise in the following areas:
- Policies and procedures
- Discrimination and equality advice
- Grievance and disciplinary issues
- Settlement agreements
- Family friendly and flexible working
- Employment tribunals
- Redundancy and restructuring
- Confidentiality and competition
- Data protection
- Consultancy agreements
- Termination of employment
- Buying and selling a business
- Sickness and absence management
We also offer advice and assistance with maternity, paternity and family friendly rights, the Working Time Regulations, employment status and whistleblowing.
If you wish to obtain the advice our specialist employment solicitors and HR professionals to help you understand your employment and advice you on your legal position, please contact us or complete the enquiry form. You can also use the enquiry form to request a call back from one our experts.
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