Sternberg Reed offer employment law advice to businesses and organisations in Barking, Grays and Romford, East London and Essex
As employers, you will know that the last few years have seen huge changes in Employment Law, and many more are on the horizon. It has become difficult for employers to keep up with these changes. We well understand their complexities, and that employment disputes are often damaging and expensive for any business.
It is of course best to have few, if any, employment problems. It will save your business time and money in the long run. To achieve this we can help you to manage your risks.
I need to give my employees contracts of employment. How can I do this?
Let us draft the contract for you to make sure it protects your business and that it fully complies with all legal requirements.
I need to tackle the problem of absenteeism, both long and short term. How do I do it?
With great care. The starting point may be an informal chat. You may need a medical report.
I need to dismiss one of my employees. What should I do?
Check with us. We can tell you what the correct procedures are, and the possible risks involved.
One of my employees is claiming to have been unfairly dismissed and is taking me to a tribunal. Can I be represented?
Yes you can and you should be, since the tribunal can award the employee up to £58,400 for loss of income.
I have agreed with an employee to end his/her employment. What should I do?
Let us draw up a compromise agreement setting out the agreed terms. It guarantees protection for your company.
What will you charge me?
We work to an agreed hourly rate and can provide you with an estimate of the likely cost.
What other employment matters do you deal with?
Almost everything, including disciplinary procedures, grievances and disputes about working time.
Why choose Sternberg Reed for employment law advice?
We hold four independent accreditations for the quality of our service and are regularly audited to make sure that our standards remain high.
Who should I contact?
We can help you with employment law advice. You can either complete the on-line form or telephone our main switchboard on 020 8591 3366 and ask to speak to Julian Abraham or Nadim Dathi.