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The employment team at Paul Robinson Solicitors LLP, is recognised for its pragmatic, strategic and effective advice in such areas as redundancies, employment tribunal claims, employment contracts and service agreements, discrimination issues and claims, transfer of undertakings (TUPE), grievances and settlement agreements.  

Whether supporting individual or corporate clients, we have the expertise and ability to assist.

For employees facing difficulties at work, we can help with resolving the challenges you are facing, whether it is a disciplinary, redundancy or other problem.  Our lawyers are sympathetic and understand what a stressful time it can be.  For employers wishing to achieve compliance with the law and minimise the risk of issues and claims arising, we are highly experienced in all aspects of the employment relationship and can provide guidance and practical advice tailored to your business.

Practical and effective solutions to employment issues. 

Employment law represents one of the fastest changing areas of law, which often leaves employers confused as to what they should be doing in order to implement new changes and employees ignorant of their rights.  We can advise and guide both employees and employers on a wide range of issues, whilst providing various options to deal with any specific concerns.   Our advice is pragmatic and recognises that one size does not fit all.  We recommend seeking advice at an early stage in order to avoid difficulties later on.  
Call 01702 338338 or 01277 500123 and ask for our employment law team.

 

Get in touch today

Our Employment Law services specialists are happy to advise.
Call us on 01702 338338 (Westcliff Office) or 01277 500123 (Billericay Office).

Ana James-Pittau
Assistant Solicitor - Civil Litigation and Employment
Polly Plant
Fellow of CILEX – Head of Contentious Probate and Employment Lawyer

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