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Lakesirde path in Fareham, Hampshire

Areas of legal expertise

Whether you're an employer or human resources professional we can provide you with expert legal advice on all aspects law in the workplace. Call today on 02380 402066

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TEL: 02380 402066
email: legal@acemploymentsolicitors.co.uk

  • Equality
  • Terms of Employment
  • Executive Severence
  • Restructuring
  • Disciplinary & Grievance
  • Employment Terms & Conditions
  • Family Rights
  • TUPE
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • Pensions

Equality Equalityclick to expand

Employment law can be complex so we always try to explain it as simply as possible and to explain alternative options.  We'll give you the best possible advice as to when it is appropriate to fight or settle a case. If we believe settlement is the most appropriate route, we will work to ensure this is achieved as soon as possible so as not to incur unnecessary costs on your business.

Terms of EmploymentTerms of Employmentclick to expand

We regularly assist our clients with multi-jurisdictional employment contract projects. We work with you to identify the key commercial terms you want to implement, and then help you to decide whether to amend existing contracts or simply introduce new model contracts going forward.

Executive SeverenceExecutive Severenceclick to expand

Our international team of employment and labour law specialists has vast experience of dealing with executive severances, team moves and drafting, implementing and enforcing post-termination restrictions.

Restructuring Restructuringclick to expand

We regularly advise and support clients whose restructuring activities have an impact on employees in a number of different jurisdictions. We understand that implementation requires both detailed understanding and knowledge of each country's requirements and a coordinated commercial approach.

Disciplinary & GrievanceDisciplinary & Grievanceclick to expand

As an employer you need to be aware of your legal obligations with respect to disciplinary and grievance procedures. At A C Employment Solicitors Limited we have years of experience working with businesses to put in place procedures which meet and exceed those obligations. These procedures give employees a clear understanding of what is expected of them in the workplace and how disciplinary issues will be addressed.

If your company's dismissal, disciplinary and grievance procedures are inadequate or not followed correctly you could find yourself before an Employment Tribunal facing a hefty compensation payment.

Employment Terms & ConditionsEmployment Terms & Conditionsclick to expand

An employment contract is a legally binding agreement between an employer and an employee. It could be oral or confirmed in writing. It is best practice to have written contracts and most employers do.

Certain particulars must be put into writing within two months of the start of the contract. This document is known as a written statement of employment particulars and sets out the most important aspects of the contract of employment. All employers, regardless of size, must provide this. Failure to provide one may lead to an employee applying to an Employment Tribunal. It may determine what the contents of the statement should be and the Tribunal may award compensation. We can help you produce clear contracts and statements.

Family RightsFamily Rightsclick to expand

Many employers perceive that maternity, paternity and adoption leave result in apparent and hidden costs for their organisation. Being unaware of the correct procedures can bring an even higher legal and compensatory cost. Most businesses and employees understand that unfair treatment because of pregnancy, childbirth or maternity leave is against the law, regardless of the company's size.

We provide up-to-date and reliable legal advice on maternity and paternity issues in the workplace and, as employment law specialists, we have the experience to get the best possible result for you.

TUPETUPEclick to expand

Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE 2006) govern the transfer of an undertaking, or part of one, to another. If a TUPE transfer applies, all terms and conditions of work and continuity of employment are preserved for employees of the entity transferred.

Although an employee must have been employed for a continuous period of two years to claim a statutory redundancy payment, if the redundancy dismissal is not carried out fairly they may make a claim on a number of grounds for which the qualifying period is only one year or less.

Restrictive CovenantsRestrictive Covenantsclick to expand

Restrictive covenants are contractual restrictions placed on employees that apply after they leave the employer’s business. They are used to protect the employer’s trade connections, confidential information and workforce.

PensionsPensionsclick to expand

Issues concerning pension arrangements are often critical in complex international and local transactions. Our work covers all aspects of the restructuring and winding up of pension plans, the impact of employer insolvency, and the Pension Regulator’s powers to compel financial support for pension plans.

A C Employment Solicitors Limited is authorised and regulated by the
Solicitors Regulation Authority of England and Wales
Company number 10052733
SRA number: 630182
VAT registration number is 754 8124 21

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