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Monarch Solicitors provide a highly commercial and pragmatic approach to our commercial client’s employment law issues. By doing so, we deliver cost-effective advice ensuring that complicated employment laws and regulations are not a barrier for effective management of your staff and for business growth.
As we only act for employers, we can advise on how to manage your staff in a way that suits you and your organisation’s needs while maximising efficiencies and minimising legal risks.
Acting for a wide range of commercial clients, we cover all aspects of employment law, including the preparation of employment documentation to all employment tribunal work. We can also provide in-house training and workshops. Please see our Training & Events section for additional information.
For a free 30 minute consultation with one of our expert Employment lawyers in Manchester, please contact us on 0161 820 8888. Alternatively fill in our online enquiry form for a call back.
We Offer Expert Advice On:
- Employment contracts, policies and procedures
- Compliance and planning
- Performance management
- Absence management
- Parental leave
- Flexible and part-time working
- Disciplinary and grievance
- Diversity and discrimination
- Restructuring and redundancy
- Unfair and wrongful dismissal
- Compromise agreements
- Buying/selling and TUPE
- Employment tribunal claims
- Commercial agents
- Director’s Service Agreements
- Employment Restrictive covenants advice
- Settlement Agreements for Employers
- Employee Benefits
- High Court Actions
- Workforce Re-organisation
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