Employment Issues

Employment law is as complicated for employers as it is for employees. We are here to unravel the complexity.


Employment LawFrom contracts of employment and disciplinaries, to redundancy and sick leave, we can guide you through the maze of employment law.

Our dedicated team of employment law specialists is led by Justin Sadler. We provide advice for both employers and employees, which means you benefit from our experience in representing either side of an employment dispute.

We advise all employers to use written, rather than verbal, contracts, which we can prepare. We also help to draw up written disciplinary rules and procedures, often as part of a staff handbook. Additionally, our team can help you prepare your grievance procedures, as well as policies on data protection, use of email and the internet at work, discrimination and maternity, company car use and many other policies.

Human Resource Policy Pack - Just £195

We have experience in advising on the following areas of employment law:

  • Contracts of employment
  • Discrimination
  • Disciplinary matters
  • Grievances and constructive dismissal
  • Harassment
  • Flexible working requests
  • Minimum wage
  • Non-payment of bonuses
  • Settlement agreements
  • Sick leave
  • Stress
  • Post termination restrictions
  • Pregnancy related issues
  • Redundancy
  • Staff Handbooks
  • Termination of employment
  • TUPE transfers of employees
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Working Time Regulations
  • Whistleblowing

Working with you

We normally charge a fixed fee for drafting documents. We are also happy to provide advice by telephone or email as required. We can arrange a site visit to help you and your employee(s) through disciplinary, complaint, restructuring, redundancy, transfer of undertakings, or insolvency processes.   

Get in touch

For further information, please contact Justin Sadler by telephone on 0118 958 9711 or send an email to: justin@barrettandco.co.uk

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