At Kerseys we assist businesses on a wide range of employment law matters.
We use our expertise and experience to ensure that we provide a high quality and cost-effective employment law service to all of our clients.
Below are a breakdown of the specific areas that we deal with as well as the various matters that we can assist you with.
Our wide-ranging services cover everything from HR consulting to litigation. Your services will be ‘joined up’, with everyone fully aware of your issues and opportunities. This ensures that your options and outcomes are not only fully compliant but will be guided by best practice and will provide excellent value for money – we guarantee we will always offer you the most cost-effective solutions.
At the start of the retainer period, we offer a free initial health check of your existing employment contract and HR policies. We support you in every way by not only offering advice but also by being alongside you to ensure implementation. If required we will be on-site, involved and always ready to consult.
Fill in our online form and a member of our specialist team will arrange a convenient time with you to discuss how we can assist your business.Online Form
Find out more information about the various pricing options that are available to you on ways to pay for our services by clicking here.Monthly Retainer Pricing
It is legislation that governs employer and employee relationships, including trade unions. Many of the laws look to outline and protects UK worker’s rights and employee’s rights. We find the employment rights in the UK in various acts, regulations and laws.
There are 3 main types of employment status under the law:
It is essential that, as an employer, you are knowledgeable about employment legislation and laws. There are several acts and laws that protect employees and worker’s wellbeing.
Let’s look at what employment law covers, as well as the reasons for it to exist in the first place.
You have a duty to abide by employment law and it’s important to have a good understanding of their obligations.
Failing to follow these correctly and violating employee rights in the UK could allow staff to bring claims to an employment tribunal.