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Expert Employment Law Advice for Employers 

JLJ Legal has particular experience in providing employment law advice to employers, startups and small to medium-sized businesses.


Managing rapid growth, making new hires and putting in place a robust HR infrastructure can be extremely time-consuming.​ More than ever, it’s important to stay up to date with the latest employment laws in order to protect your employees' and clients’ confidential information.


A team of people discussing employment law

We can advise you on the following issues, and much more:

  • Managing risk around employment status

  • Handling difficult or under-performing staff appropriately

  • Implementing sickness and absence policies

  • Managing restructures and redundancies

  • Advising you on TUPE if you are selling your business

  • Drafting employment contracts, including restrictions on termination, self-employed contracts and handbooks.

Our track record means that we can resolve most cases before they have to go to employment tribunal. If a claim is issued against your business, together with your barrister we will assess the merits of your case throughout, so that you can make considered and informed decisions to protect the future of your business. 


As the best solution is prevention, we also provide expert in-house training for you and your team in a number of key areas.

Training and Interactive Workshops


When it comes to the big issues facing growing businesses, there’s no need to rely on guesswork. We provide bespoke, accessible training for SMEs and their employees in a number of key areas.

Recent Workshops

  • Gig economy and employment status: are you hiring the right person and on the right contract?

  • Unconscious bias: what is it and how do you tackle it before it becomes discrimination and potentially cost your business thousands in reputation and tribunal claims?

  • Social media fails: what your employees can and cannot write on their private social media accounts about their working life and when dismissal is justified.

  • GDPR and recruitment. What’s changed and what do I need to do?

To find out more about our employment law services for businesses, book your initial call today.

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