Employment law

Whatever stage your business is at; whether its newly established, expanding, or restructuring, having access to first class employment law advice and expertise should be your first port of call. It can be the deciding factor in the success of your business.

At Parfitt Cresswell we know that when you’re running your business you need the peace of mind that you’re actively fulfilling every legal obligation required from you as an employer. It's also essential that you have the right systems in place to ensure your business is a happy, motivated and productive place for your workforce. When your running your business we know you don't want employment law issues to take more time than is necessary.

Our team of employment law solicitors and specialists will provide you a comprehensive service that allows you to get on with running your business. We can offer assistance with simple day to day tasks such as managing contracts and employment checks, or even a one off conversation if you need advice when something has gone wrong. Whatever the reason Parfitt Cresswell are here for you.

We know that every business and the way it operates is different, so our team of employment solicitors and specialists will work hard to address the unique challenges you face. We breakdown employment law for you and your business so it's simple and easy to understand and implement. We won't baffle and confuse you with endless jargon, and be a constant source of help, assistance and advice, keeping you informed and comfortable every step of the way.

So if you're looking for friendly, local employment law advice, give us a call. Parfitt Cresswell offer a same-day response and with our free, initial, over-the-phone advice, you can talk to us in complete confidence and find out what your options are.

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