Legal advice for Company Directors.
Our Employment Law & HR experts advise Company Directors with Director's Service Agreements, Termination and Restrictive Covenants.
Employment legislation is constantly changing.
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No matter how complex the issue, our employment law solicitors are on hand to assist and are always working in partnership with our clients to ensure we listen to their needs and provide a bespoke proactive resolution.
Our expert Employment Law Team have many years' experience of providing advice in relation to the constantly changing employment legislation.
This approach extends to the work we undertake in advising senior executives, directors, senior managers and professional members on employment law related issues. We support individuals in senior positions to make the right decisions, guiding them through the legal process involved, ensuring at all times progress and costs are as transparent as possible.
The fact that we work on behalf of both employers and employees means that we have an in depth understanding of Employment Law from both perspectives and can draw this specialist knowledge into the negotiations we are able to undertake on behalf of individuals at senior management level. We have experience of advising in relation to:
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Our dedicated and pragmatic legal experts are able to advice and support you with all aspects of employment law, ensuring all discussions are protected by legal professional privilege.
- Julia Fitzsimmons
If you have an enquiry in relation to a personal Employment matter or simply want to speak to a member of our expert team, please get in touch.
In most cases a Company Director will not automatically be classed as an employee. To be a Director and classed as an employee you must be employed under contract by your employer.
If you are not employed under contract then you do not have the same working rights as the rest of your organisation’s employees.
By law, a private company needs to have at least 1 company director in place. Should your organisation be a Public Liability Company, then you will be required to have 2 directors in place. There is no limit as to how many Directors an organisation has.
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Tracey and Alex were very helpful, friend and made me feel at ease, due to my situation. Made sure I understand and explained well. Thank you Tracy.