Tees provides legal advice on every aspect of family friendly rights at work. Our solicitors advise businesses on maternity/paternity leave, flexible working (including flexible working applications) and shared parental leave.
Tees provides guidance on every aspect of family friendly rights at work. We also provide guidance on complaints and grievances, disability and equal opportunities policies and procedures that may apply.
At Tees, we help businesses ensure their employment policies are current, so that any requests or issues are handled correctly. Without proper, updated policies and procedures your business could be at risk of costly legal claims.
Our employment law experts will ensure that your business is legally compliant – to minimise your exposure to risk and legal claims.
If you have any queries relating to family friendly rights, contact our specialist team of employment solicitors.
Tees will help you understand and fulfil your obligations to your employees. Family friendly rights cover a range of issues, such as:
Our focus is to ensure that your employment policies are legally compliant, and minimise your businesses’ exposure to potential legal claims.
Our employment law team has considerable experience advising a range of businesses, of all sizes and across many sectors, on family friendly working. We have the practical experience to support your business on any issue relating to family friendly working. Typically we help clients:
If you need advice on any issue relating to family friendly rights or flexible working, call our employment law team on 0800 013 1165.
We deliver costs transparently, and we always discuss legal costs at the outset. We can agree our level of involvement to be commensurate with your budget, and we may be able to agree fixed fees or capped fees in certain cases.
We can be involved as much, or as little, as your business requires. We can provide ad hoc advice as required, and prepare guides, scripts and template letters for you to use.
For an initial consultation, at no obligation, or fill out our enquiry form and a solicitor will get in touch.
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