Government statistics show just over 20% of those in employment are dissatisfied with their jobs. Our experienced team of solicitors at Aston Bond are here to offer you tailored solutions, whether you are being made redundant, feel discriminated against, bullied, harassed or treated unfairly.

We work with you to understand the issues at the core of your grievance and offer realistic solutions to suit you. Our experienced team blend knowledge with experience to deal with matters quickly and amicably where possible.

Our Employment team undertake their own advocacy, offering you a personalised service from start to finish. Our straightforward approach and shrewd negotiation skills, together with our passion for providing a bespoke service for each client, sets us apart from other firms. Our vision is clear. We treat every case as if our reputation depends on it.

Our Employment team can assist you in drafting contracts, providing you with a bespoke service based on your needs. We can provide you with bespoke policies to govern your relationship with your employees. We work with you to understand your requirements and provide proactive advice to assist you. Our strength lies in our experience and legal knowledge. We ensure that the contracts we provide you cover all requisite provisions, and our extensive knowledge in this ever evolving area of the law ensures that all angles of the employment relationship are accurately covered in the contract.

There are a variety of legalities to take into account when terminating an employee’s employment. If you are considering terminating a contract of employment, contact our Employment team today for comprehensive advice on any potential claims that may arise out of the termination, and the best course of action for you. We work to analyse risks for your business and advise you accordingly. We provide clear, pragmatic and cost effective advice.

We advise clients on their business needs and if the need to make redundancies arises, we ensure that all redundancies are compliant with employment legislation. We draft settlement agreements for employers, ensuring that all of the employer’s needs are accurately reflected in the agreements. We understand that no two situations are the same and therefore provide tailored advice and services to suit your needs.

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) apply when a ‘relevant transfer’ occurs. This covers changes in service provision and business transfers. If you think that a transfer may be a relevant transfer, contact our Employment team today. Our Employment team can provide you with in-depth legal and practical advice to ensure you comply with any requisite legalities and manage risks.

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