Employment Law

Specialist Employment Law solicitors in Essex and Suffolk servicing SME owners, HR Managers and employees.

Expert Employment Law solicitors providing specialist advice to employers and employees across East Anglia.

When you find yourself in a situation where you require advice on a matter of Employment Law, it is important you get that advice from a specialist employment lawyer. Getting the right advice, from the right legal expert, ensures your interests are properly protected.

If you have a contentious employment issue, it is important you seek advice as early as possible so that your employment solicitor can advise you on your options and on the best course of action to take.

Holmes & Hills Solicitors provides expert and pragmatic Employment Law advice to both employers and employees. Click the appropriate link below for more information on the specialist services we can provide you as either an employer or an employee.

Employment Law advice for employers

Specialist Employment Law advice for business owners, HR Managers and leadership teams in East Anglia. Advice provided by experienced Employment Law specialists covering dismissal, redundancy, settlement agreements, grievance, employment contracts and policies, as well as defence of claims.

Employment Law advice for employees

Expert legal advice and representation for employees at all levels covering all areas of Employment Law; including settlement agreements, dismissal, redundancy, bullying, breach of contract and bringing employment claims.

For Employers
Expert Advice for SMEs
Holmes & Hills' team of Employment Law solicitors advises and represents SME employers based across Essex and Suffolk.
Advice for Employers

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