Employment Law & HR

Our experienced team of employment law solicitors specialise in providing HR advice and employment support to employers across the North West.

Employment law can be a minefield and whether you own and manage your business or are an HR professional you need to ensure that you are aware of your legal obligations.  With the right advice you can avoid or significantly reduce the risk of  a costly Employment Tribunal claim.

At Clough & Willis, we offer Employers Advantage, an employment law and HR service tailored to the size and needs of your business.  We can act as your HR department or as a legal resource for HR professionals.  

How we can help

We provide up to date specialist advice and if necessary, expert representation in the Employment Tribunals.  Below is a list of common employment law issues which we can help you with. 

  • Employment Contracts & Service Agreements
  • Restrictive Covenants  
  • Employee Benefits and Incentive Packages 
  • Redundancy and Reorganisations
  • TUPE (transfer of undertakings)
  • Discrimination Law   
  • HR Policies & Procedures eg grievances, dismissals etc
  • Settlement (compromise) Agreements    
  • Employment Tribunal Claims 

Speak to the team

Speak to us today to find out how we can help you to manage your workforce effectively on 0800 083 0815. Alternatively, fill out an online enquiry form on the side of this page and a member of the team will get back to you. With offices in Bolton and Bury, we are well positioned to help out individuals and businesses across the region and further afield. 

Employment Law News

Can I force my employee to go on “Garden Leave”?

August 11th

Here’s the problem (and it’s a common one) – your employee resigns, gives you 3 months notice and you think he’s going to work for one of your competitors. You want to put him on garden leav… Read More

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June 24th

So it’s decided, we’re out! In a period of inevitable uncertainty what are the likely implications of Brexit so far as Employment Law and HR? Looking into my crystal ball I see the following… Read More

The National Living Wage

March 29th

The National Living Wage comes into effect on 1st April 2016 and workers aged 25 and over will be entitled to receive a minimum of £7.20 per hour. Read More

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Mr Makin

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