Our team of qualified HR Medical specialists support our clients in reducing sickness absences and improving the health of their teams. They often work with our Occupational Health advisors to provide a fully rounded service.
If you’re faced with exiting an employee, our team of expert Employment Lawyers and HR specialists are here to assist at any stage of the process.
Loch Employment Law can help you navigate the ACAS code of handling flexible working requests, minimising the risk of claims.
Whatever requirements you may have relating to disciplinary and grievances in the workplace, our employment lawyers can provide a range of solutions.
Our employment lawyers can identify what activities constitute ‘working time’, before drafting employment contracts that can minimise the risk of disputes.
Whatever requirements you may have, our expert employment lawyers & dedicated HR specialists can provide a range of solutions relating to equal pay & wages.
Whatever requirements you may have, our team of expert employment lawyers can advise on all pregnancy and maternity-related issues.
All organisations are obliged to put processes in place for the purpose of data protection, and compliance is an ongoing issue rather than a one-off exercise. We can help you to ensure that your business complies with the legislation, giving you the tools and the confidence to easily demonstrate secure data handling practices.
Employment contracts, policies and handbooks are designed to not only to provide reassurance and guidance to your employees during their employment, but also protect your business from any future disputes or claims.
The employment status of an individual is important distinction for a business, as different legal rights apply for employees and workers, but not to those classified as contractors or self-employed.
Our employment lawyers are experts in drafting enforceable restrictive covenants restrictive covenants that are specifically appropriate for the role in question – ensuring your future interests are safeguarded in the best possible way.
Employee absence is a problem that many employers struggle to deal with. Persistent short-term or long-term absences from work can cause major financial issues for employers but they need to tread carefully, otherwise they could be putting their business at risk of discrimination claims.