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Fixed-Fee Employment Law & HR Advice, available 7 Days a Week.

Fixed Fee Employment Law Advice London, Watford, Slough & Across the UK

Representing employees

We have a wealth of experience in assisting employees who have issues at work and need help and guidance. Every employee has both employment rights and obligations. Where a dispute arises at work this can be very stressful and worrying for an employee. Our expert lawyers can advise you on general employment-related matters where you are unsure of your specific rights.

We can also guide and represent you in situations where you feel you have been treated unfairly, for example if you feel you are suffering from discrimination in the workplace or that you have been unfairly dismissed. Our specialist lawyers can give you confidential advice to achieve the best possible outcome.

What issues can you help me with?

We can assist and advise on all aspects of employment law that an employee may be facing. This includes offering advice on:

  • The amount you can expect to be paid by your employer and any issues that arise where you feel there are equal pay issues.
  • What your rights are in relation to pregnancy and parental leave and whether your job is protected during this period.
  • How to go about gaining compensation in situations where you have been discriminated against at work.
  • What can be done if you are being bullied or harassed at work.
  • What your rights are in relation to sick leave and long-term illness.
  • What to do if you have suffered an accident at work.
  • What your rights are in relation to part time or contract work and whether you have the right to change your work patterns when your personal circumstances change.
  • What your rights are during a redundancy process and what options you have.
  • How you are protected by TUPE regulations when the business you work for is being transferred to another employer.
  • What to do when you are offered a settlement agreement from your employer.

Employment issues generally have strict time constraints so it is very important that you get expert legal advice as soon as an issue arises to ensure the best possible outcome. Our employment lawyers can advise you on the best approach in your specific case. Wherever possible, we will try to resolve things between you and your employer out of court. This is generally quicker and most cost effective as well as being a less stressful experience. However, where the matter needs to proceed to an employment tribunal, we have the experience and knowledge to represent you through the entire process to ensure the best possible outcome for you.

We can also discuss the various funding options with you including a Damages Based Agreement (DBA) under which a percentage of any sum that is recovered in any claim is taken by your lawyers as their funding for the case. This gives you the peace of mind that we are representing you on a no win, no fee basis without the need to pay us any money upfront. Other options can include a fixed fee arrangement, which may be more suitable in certain cases and we can advise you of what the best funding option is for your case.

Contact our expert employment lawyers today to help you with any employment issues or concerns that you have.

Employment Law Advice for Businesses

At KLG, we offer employment law and HR advice to businesses for a monthly fixed-fee. Our employment lawyers are available 7 days a week to provide advice and representation in connection with any employment law issue.

Meet our Managing Director, an experienced employment lawyer Anita Kalra.

We tailor each package to suit your business whether you’re a small business or a multi-national organisation.

We provide expert advice at the earliest possible stage to reduce the risk of costly litigation. We’ll provide advice and representation on investigating employment law issues, grievance procedures and appeal meetings.

In the event that your employment law dispute needs to go to litigation, we will represent you – there’s no need for the case to change hands or for you to instruct employment law services separately.

We provide the following HR support services:-

  • Drafting and finalisation for Contracts of Employment;
  • Written Particulars of Employment;
  • Restrictive Covenants;
  • Employee Handbooks;
  • Equal Opportunities Policies;
  • Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures and Policies;
  • Employee Company Car Policies;
  • Settlement Agreements;
  • Zero Hour Contracts;
  • Fixed Term Contracts;
  • Sub-Contractor Agreements;
  • Advice on mediation with current and former employees;
  • Assistance, guidance and representation for investigation, grievance and appeal meetings

Our employment law specialists will review and make necessary recommendations to your existing contracts and documents to ensure all your documents are up-to date with current legislation and procedures.

In the event that your employment law dispute needs to go to litigation, we will represent you – there’s no need for the case to change hands or for you to instruct another firm.

Our ongoing employment law advice includes:

  • Advice on mediation with former and past employees;
  • Assistance and advice on early conciliation. Our employment advisors will help establish the complaints and if necessary negotiate and draft settlement terms;
  • Assistance, guidance and representation for investigation, grievance and appeal meetings;
  • Preparation for employment tribunal claims including preparation of bundles and witnesses;
  • Collating all relevant information and documents;
  • Visiting you at your offices to collect all the relevant information and meet witnesses;
  • Briefing of witnesses;
  • Representation for employment claims;
  • Representation for cases that are appealed.
  • Negotiation of out of court settlements

Most, if not all companies, find themselves asking the following questions at some point:

  • How do I carry out an investigation, disciplinary and appeal meeting?
  • How do I give a warning to an employee?
  • My employee keeps calling in sick what do I do next?
  • My employee has raised a grievance against a member of staff, how do I investigate this?
  • How do I carry out a risk assessment for a pregnant member of staff?
  • My employee has completed the ET1 form and has filed a case against me at the tribunal, what are the next steps?
  • My employee has submitted an Equal Pay questionnaire how do I respond to this?

Instructing legal advisors to assist with these questions on an ad-hoc basis is time-consuming and expensive. Our employment legal advisors are extremely experienced in their field. Some of their notable achievements include:

  • Defending a large charity in a four day case in a claim for redundancy, unfair dismissal, age discrimination and unlawful deduction of wages;
  • Defending a multi-national company in a five day race discrimination, unfair dismissal, unlawful deduction of wages and holiday pay case;
  • Defending a large international fashion company on a four day case involving claims of unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, and age discrimination;
  • Defending a large care home on a three day case with claims of unfair dismissal and disability discrimination;
  • Defending a catering company with claims of whistleblowing;
  • Defending a cleaning company on a two day case in claims of race and religious discrimination;
  • Defending a range of business such as Doctor’s surgeries, schools, hair dressers, management consultancy firms, care homes and so on.

Unlike many of our competitors, we provide:

  • HR advice on your doorstep. If you require someone to conduct an investigation meeting, disciplinary meeting, appeal meeting or mediation meeting with an employee then we provide this service. We will send an experienced mediator or negotiator to conduct the above meetings. They will then chair or participate in the meeting as instructed and follow this up with written advice.
  • Employment Law Advice around the clock. Our HR advice is available 24/7.
  • A company HR ‘Health Check’.
  • Employment law training and seminars for Managers and Senior members of staff;

Contact KLG

KLG regularly work in partnership with organisations and their human resources teams to design and implement robust procedures to handle disciplinary matters in the workplace. Our team of specialist legal advisors will also be able to provide tailored advice on how meetings between employees and employers should be conducted, and how investigations related to grievances and disciplinary action should be carried out. If you are in need of assistance in dealing with any aspect of UK employment law, contact us now. We are here to help you. Call us on 0330 221 0684 now.

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What our clients say

“I am extremely grateful for the support I received from Anita during a very difficult time with a previous employer. It felt I was in a battle, but someone else was fighting that battle for me. Anita had my best interest at heart all the way, I really cannot praise her enough.”

R.B – Director at Software company

“I cannot thank you enough for all your efforts over the last 6 months working with our company to ensure we have taken all the necessary steps to protect our business and treat all our female staff equally.”

A.B - Managing Director of a Software Company

Contact us

Kalra Legal Group
Clyde House
Reform Road

Tel: 0330 221 0684
Email: info@klglaw.co.uk

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