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Amy Edwards
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For business

Today’s workforces are rich in diversity. This brings enormous benefits, but it can also make for a challenging environment for employers. In the face of ever-changing employment laws, businesses can’t afford to take their eye off the ball.

And that extends to all aspects of an organisation; its structure, management and its future.  In an increasingly competitive marketplace, recognising the need to keep up is one thing. Having the knowledge and drive to get ahead is another.

We’re here to help you make the most of your people and your business. You’ll make the right decisions at the right time. That means avoiding legal and practical pitfalls, using the law and our commercial acumen to your advantage, and getting your business into the best possible shape to move forward.

We’ll write the contracts and policies which protect your business and promote your principles. We’ll advise you on dealing with workplace problems like absence, misconduct and poor performance, representing you at tribunal if things have got that far. And we’ll help you upscale or downsize your business as you move with the times.

We’re straight-talkers. We’re also pragmatic; you’ll see that we understand the demands of business. It’s our job to get the outcomes you need, properly and safely.  

To find out more, contact our team.

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