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Employment law services for further education colleges

Employment law services for further education colleges

FE colleges face numerous challenges that require expert employment law advice. We are highly experienced in employment law for FE colleges, and are known for delivering on the sector’s most critical projects.

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Employment law advice for businesses

Poor handling of employment law matters can hold businesses back. But our distinctive style of solution-focused employment law advice considers commercial priorities and helps businesses achieve their goals.

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Employment law support for senior executives

If you are a senior executive seeking an exit, numerous obstacles may stand between you and the outcome you desire. We are experts in helping to achieve dignified business departures on the right terms.

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Catherine Mitchell Ranked in Chambers 2020 badge“Catherine has made it her priority to fully understand Direct Wines and Laithwaite’s, our culture and our preferred ways of working in order to provide us with a highly professional service across all elements of employment law.”

Matt Wayne, HR Director, Direct Wines


Redundancies – do’s and don’ts

With news this month that the number of people being made redundant in the UK has soared to a record high, amid the second coronavirus wave, there is every indication that the trend resulting from the pandemic will continue for the foreseeable future.

Modern Slavery Reporting – Imminent Changes

In September 2020, the Government responded to the consultation regarding changes to the rules about Modern Slavery Statements, and indicated that the proposed changes would be made law as soon as “parliamentary time allows”.