Employment Solicitors for Business in Swansea
Employment law is in a constant state of flux. As an employer, it’s your responsibility to ensure that you are complying with legislation at all times and keeping abreast with any changes. That’s where we come in.
At JCP, our employment solicitors help companies large and small with the legal aspects of employment, providing advice and support across a range of HR issues. From essential documentation to equality and discrimination, we’ll be at hand to assist with any employment matters that arise in the day to day running of your company.
As your dedicated employment solicitors, our aim is to keep you risk-free and up to date with the latest policies and procedures. However, if your business is involved in an employment law dispute, we’ll ensure that you are given the strategic advice, guidance and representation to see you through.
As a business, your staff is your greatest asset. Mistakes in management, contracts or treatment of your employees can be costly and are best avoided. With assistance from a team of employment law specialists, you can rest assured that your staff will be satisfied and your business up to date with all the latest practices.
At JCP, we believe that the key to a positive working environment takes the effort of both employers and employees. That’s why our expert team of employment solicitors in Swansea actively advise and support businesses of all sizes to ensure their internal demands are met at all times.
How we can help your business with employment law
Our employment lawyers in Swansea can assist your business with employment law issues including:
- Employment contracts
- Staff handbooks
- Disciplinary procedures
- Equality legislation
- Maternity and paternity rights
- Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) regulations (TUPE)
- Employment disputes
- Settlement agreements
- Employment tribunal claims
- Mass settlement advice
- Outsourced HR services
To see how we can help with your specific employment law needs, please get in touch.
Why use our employment law solicitors for your business?
Offering decades of specialist experience covering all areas of employment law, we can provide clear, friendly advice and support for even the most complex employment and HR issues.
Whether you need help with an everyday employment law issue, such as drafting an employment contract, or require assistance to resolve a more contentious issue, such as an employment dispute, we have the seasoned expertise you need.
Looking for a complete HR solution for your business? Take a look at our Outsourced HR services.
We work in both English and Welsh, with several Welsh speakers and a dedicated Welsh Language Co-ordinator at the firm.
As well as our Swansea office, we have local offices covering the whole of South Wales, East Wales and West Wales - take a look at the contact details for our other law offices in Wales to find out more.
We are independently regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
Speak to our employment lawyers in Swansea today
Resources for Employers in Swansea
If you have recently started a business or are new to employment law, you may find it useful to visit the Government website for a general overview of certain critical points. Here you will find information on payroll, health and safety, contracts, recruiting, dismissals and worker’s rights. This may benefit you in gaining a basic understanding of certain areas of employment law; however, for further assistance, we recommend getting in touch with our team.
The Citizens Advice Bureau in Swansea can be found on Llys Glas Pleasant Street. Here you will be able to gain an initial overview of employment issues and your legal requirements as an employer by making an appointment. However, while the Citizens Advice Bureau cannot act as employment law solicitor, they can still offer independent advice, which may prove useful prior to your appointment with one of our solicitors.
Here you will find a list of local courts in Swansea along with contact details for you to get in touch. Otherwise, the Court and Tribunal Finder allows you to search for a court close to you by using your postcode.