01622 689700 / 01474 887688


Even in full lockdown, we are still here for you.

As we are now in Lockdown, we are taking additional measures to keep our staff and clients safe. Entry to our offices is by appointment only. Face masks must be worn when entering the building and your temperature will be taken on entry. Hand sanitiser is available in the waiting area and interview rooms.

For those without appointments, we can facilitate telephone, Teams, Skype, Facetime and Zoom meetings. Any urgent or original documents should be sent to us by post/recorded delivery or scanned, whenever possible. Our full team continues to operate in the usual manner, so you will still be able to contact us by email and telephone.

Should any of our staff be unwell or unable to work we have an open file system which allows other team members to take over matters with the minimum of disruption.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on the usual number 01622 689700.


  • Wednesday 16th December 2020

    Tribunal rulings highlight bullying issues in the workplace

    Rulings in two recent employment tribunal cases highlight the importance taking accusations of bullying in the workplace seriously. In a case against Talbot Underwriting Services the claimant Mr Vaughan alleged that his resignation in 2019 was ‘the culmination of acts of unfair ...

  • Wednesday 16th December 2020

    Employing family members

    According to the Institute for Family Business State of the Nation report on the UK Family Business Sector 2019-20, family businesses here in the UK make up over 87% of the UK’s private sector firms and employ 14.2m people – half of all of the employees in the private sector. The ...

  • Wednesday 16th December 2020

    Succession planning for the future

    Every business owner needs to consider what will happen when the time comes for passing on their business and ensuring this transition is well planned and thought-out is really important for the future success of the organisation. It can be both a daunting and sensitive process, especially ...

  • Wednesday 16th December 2020

    Employment quick reference section

    Statutory minimum notice periods: An employer must give at least: One week’s notice to an employee who has been employed for one month or more, but less than two years. One week’s notice for each complete year of service for those employed for more than two ...

  • Monday 9th November 2020

    Furlough extension news

    With the announcement that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has been extended to 31 March 2021, what does this mean for businesses and is it the same scheme as before? This is effectively a new scheme so if an employer hasn’t used the furlough scheme before they can use it and ...

  • Monday 19th October 2020

    Government announces further support for businesses

    Due to rising Covid-19 infections and measures introduced to help reduce the spread of the virus such as the ‘rule of six’ and pubs closing at 10pm, the Government has announced further support for businesses which is designed to help until March 2021. The furlough scheme ends on 31 ...

  • Monday 19th October 2020

    Care workers receive back pay awards after employment tribunal ruling

    A recent employment tribunal ruling has awarded a group of homecare workers an average of £10,000 each in back pay, as it found they had been unlawfully paid less than half of the minimum wage for providing care to elderly and disabled people. The 10 workers were also on zero-hours ...

  • Monday 19th October 2020

    Gender protection in the workplace

    A recent ruling in an employment tribunal gives confirmation that the Equality Act not only protects workers who are going through gender reassignment but it also extends to those who identify as gender-fluid or non-binary. In the case Ms R Taylor v Jaguar Land Rover Ltd, Ms Taylor had worked ...

  • Monday 19th October 2020

    News in brief

    Job Retention Bonus Scheme On 2 October 2020, a fourth Treasury directive and HMRC guidance were published providing further details on the Job Retention Bonus (JRB). Employers will be able to apply for the £1,000 JRB in respect of eligible employees between 15 February and 31 March ...

  • Monday 19th October 2020

    Employment tribunal time limits should be raised from three to six months

    The Law Society has called for the Government to increase the time limit for individuals bringing an employment tribunal claim from three months to six months at the same time it says that ‘urgent action’ is also needed to deal with the backlog of employment tribunal cases, which ...

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