Employment law for Entrepreneurial Businesses

working exclusively with entrepreneurial businesses and business leaders. We choose to do this as we enjoy working with these clients and finding pragmatic and commercially sensible solutions.

Restructuring and Redundancies

working exclusively with entrepreneurial businesses and business leaders. We choose to do this as we enjoy working with these clients and finding pragmatic and commercially sensible solutions.

Disciplinary and Grievances

EPR Law works exclusively with entrepreneurial businesses and business leaders. We choose to do this as we enjoy working with these clients and finding pragmatic and commercially sensible solutions.

Employment Contracts, Policies & Procedures

working exclusively with entrepreneurial businesses and business leaders. We choose to do this as we enjoy working with these clients and finding pragmatic and commercially sensible solutions.

Employment Tribunal Timeline

A graphical overview of the key stages in typical unfair dismissal and discrimination cases

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Employment Law for Entrepreneurs

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Employment Law for Entrepreneurs

EPR Law was founded in 2020 to provide entrepreneurial businesses and business leaders with specialist employment law advice within a commercial context. We invest time and resources in developing a deep understanding of our clients’ commercial priorities, ensuring that our legal advice is tailored and relevant to our clients’ needs. Read more about EPR Law Here

EPR Law Limited is a limited liability company registered in England under registration number 12286832 and is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under SRA number 804759.

EPR Law Employment Tribunal Timeline

Over the past 12 months, we have seen a significant increase in employment tribunal litigation, unfortunately affecting clients who have never previously been involved in such matters. As part of that process and to assist our clients we have produced this overview of the Employment Tribunal process.  

 

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EPR Law Newsletter

The August 2021 edition of our newsletter is available to download here;

In Edition No.2

We take a look at two important Employment Appeal Tribunal decisions and consider the implications for employers.

In Forstater v CGD Europe we answer the question on everyone’s lips, that being in light of the EAT’s decision how can employers manage controversial beliefs being expressed in and around the workplace?

In Dobson v North Cumbria NHS the EAT confirmed what many of us knew all along, that women bear the burden of childcare, at least for now.

Lastly, we review what action the Government is proposing following the publication of the Government Equalities Office consultation regarding sexual harassment in the workplace.

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EPR Law Newsletter

The May 2021 edition of our newsletter is available to download here;

In Edition No.1

We take a look at the Employment Tribunal decision in Rodgers v Leeds Laser Cutting (2020) and consider why the tribunal reached the decision it did.

Redundancy and Restructuring how and when – According to Government statistics an estimated 4.7 million employees were on furlough at the end of January 2021. With the scheme closing at the end of September 2020 what pressures will employers come under to consider a reduction in the workforce?

Balancing the diverse interests and needs of employees and the rise of flexible working. Many employers and employees have reported positive experiences of homeworking. Now that we are returning to the workplace how must employers deal with flexible working requests?

Staff morale and mental wellbeing – What measures can be put in place to prevent detect and treat mental health issues?

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Changes To Flexible Working

Changes To Flexible Working

Changes To Flexible Working: UK Staff to Gain Right to Request Flexible Working from Day One Introduction Following more than a year of enforced working from home, UK employers anticipate an influx of flexible working requests once restrictions ease and staff begin to...

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