Employment Law and the rights and obligations
conferred through an employment relationship are regarded as
a minefield for employers and bewildering for employees. Generally,
professional advice and the information resources available
to employers and employees do little to dispel this feeling.
Employment law solicitors and employment law advisors are usually
polarised in their approach, acting always either for the employer
or for the employee. As a consequence their respective views
and approach to employment law issues can become entrenched
depending upon which party they are accustomed to act for.
For this reason it is always better, albeit more difficult,
to retain an advisor with experience of acting for a variety
of clients, from PLC's and multinationals through to SMEs,
owner managed businesses, senior executives and multiple party
or single party employee claims. Only this level of experience
can guarantee a truly balanced and ultimately more valuable
level of service and advice.