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The Employment Equality (Age) regulations 2006 for the first time in the UK have made discrimination on the grounds of age unlawful.
At Kew Law our solicitors can offer employers the necessary advice to avoid any employment related legal pitfalls which may arise as a result of purchasing or selling a business.
As a general rule “out of court settlements” of employment disputes are not legally binding in that they cannot exclude employees’ rights to take the matters concerned to an Employment Tribunal.
Since 6th April 2009 the ACAS Code of Practice has provided practical guidance to employers on how to handle grievances and disciplinary situations in the workplace.
Many employees in this country have never seen written evidence of their contract. Thus the scope for imprecision and misunderstanding is great.
Kew Law offers employers, small and large, sensible and practical advice on all employment matters either after the event or better still we will work with you to prevent problems occurring. Employment law can be a minefield. Regulations are constantly changing and staying on top on your duties as an employer can become very difficult. Our solicitors can assist you in:-
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Contact us here for an initial discussion and to make an appointment or call our mobile friendly number on 033 33 22 1000 or 0800 987 8156 to speak to an Employment Law Solicitor.
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