• Guidance in recruiting including writing up job descriptions and advertising
  • Help with drafting contractual clauses for employment contracts
  • Help with all aspects of employment law

Key Areas of Expertise
HR, human resources, people management, employment, contract of employment, terms of contract, job descriptions, recruitment processes, employment law, employment contracts.

Background
Dual qualified in both employment law and HR, Paul Lott is uniquely placed to offer HR guidance, whilst donned with a pair of legal spectacles.  Paul and his team are on hand to provide practical HR, employment and business solutions to all businesses, no matter how big or small.   The team pride themselves on client care and the ability to provide pragmatic, practical and tailored solutions to every situation.

Service offering
Tailored packages are designed to ensure your business is protected, whether you are a start-up or in a period of growth.  Businesses need to be diverse in order to keep up with competition.  However, they must also – first and foremost – ensure they are legally compliant to avoid future claims of discrimination, wrongful, constructive and / or unfair dismissal claims.  Our team are on hand to guide you through the myriad of legislation and obligations including writing up job descriptions, advertising (as well as ensuring inclusivity) drafting contractual clauses and dealing with any contentious issues that may arise.


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