Employers

Employment law may seem like a minefield to employers as they endeavour to adopt and implement fair processes and avoid the pitfalls potentially giving rise to employment claims.

Whilst the challenges inherent in employing workers are similar across the board, each employer will have particular concerns whether this is related to their industry sector, their reputation, the confidentiality of information and relationships with business contacts, and their competitive edge. Each employer is likely to have as its goals the management of a  contented, stable and productive workforce and a wish to avoid dispute, which detracts from this.

 

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