“EmployLaw has provided invaluable support and sound advice when managing unexpected HR situations.
EmployLaw provide clear clarification and guidance on the complexities and perils of employment law. The team are friendly, knowledgeable and professional, and have been a smooth extension to our Management Team when handling our day-to-day or unexpected HR needs.”
Dr. John Bevington, Managing Director, ImageCat
“We have worked with Down’s Employment Team for many years now and it was a natural evolution to subscribe to EmployLaw and continue to access their expertise with the advantage of a fixed annual cost. Whenever an employment law issue arises we know that we will always receive prompt and thorough advice on how to effectively manage it.”
Cathrine Gear, Human Resources Manager, Interpet
“From reviewing contracts and the Company Handbook, to providing support at the end of the telephone, EmployLaw has always been timely and efficient. By having a professional team with a dedicated lawyer providing us with HR legal support, we not only have peace of mind but we can tap into HR advice when we require it.”
Annetta Snider, Director, Base Connections Telemarketing
“We have been instructing Downs Solicitors / EmployLaw for many years and have always found the advice received from the team to be delivered in a timely, robust and business led way. They create a perfect blend of technical quality and real life application which enables us to find solutions to our problems.”
Lee Beesley, Chief Operating Officer, Grafton Medical Partners
“We have used Employlaw’s services since 2012. The team understand our business, to the point they are integral to ERC’s operations. They bring a level of expertise, providing a seamless interface service, dovetailing perfectly with the professional standards we constantly set to achieve.
Every aspect of our employment contracts and related laws are constantly supported by Employlaw, creating improved staff relations and ultimate wellbeing.
The personal service they provide sets Employlaw apart.”
Andy Haws, CEO The European Recycling Company Ltd
“We signed up to the HR support option and I can honestly say it has been money very well spent. We have sought advice on several occasions and, in a recent Disciplinary Process, they guided us through the steps and drafted the letters to ensure the process was correct and fair. I would recommend Employlaw to other businesses.”
“EmployLaw are professional, thorough and prompt in their response as well as very approachable. We have benefitted from their invaluable support in setting up flexible work contracts, putting together the Staff Handbook and in knowing we have the back up of their expertise and guidance in employment law. This enables us to develop our charity so that our services can be offered to teenagers, their families and schools across the country. We have no hesitation in recommending them.”
Dr Nihara Krause, CEO, STEM4
Effective Managers Programme, Forums and Free Seminars.
This training programme which comprises of four, one day courses can be taken as a whole package or as individual days.
They are suitable for both new and experienced managers who want to build their skills and confidence in handling people, managing performance and tackling performance problems.
This series of training modules is a collaborative partnership between EmployLaw and Learning Partners.
Our Business Leader Forums’ are aimed at Managing Directors, Finance Directors, Bursars and anyone who is a Director with responsibility for HR.
We also hold FREE seminars which are aimed at anyone who might be responsible for HR.
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