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Docklands Solicitors are expert employment lawyers based in Canary Wharf, East London. We provide tailored guidance on all employment law issues to ensure your business is where it needs to be. We also provide training for your HR professionals, while our EmpLegal scheme allows you to pay a fixed price for the services you need.

Are you an employee looking for legal support? Head to our employment law for individuals page for expert guidance.

How We Can Help Your Business

We recognise how difficult it can be as an employer to keep up with every employment law change and regulation. Whether you’re an expanding startup or an established company, we have the expertise to provide advice unique to your business and support you in crucial employment law matters.

Our team cover the following areas of employment law for businesses:

Why Choose Docklands Solicitors?

At Docklands Solicitors, we are committed to providing a personal and flexible service to our clients. By looking at the unique challenges and employment issues that your business faces, we give you specialist advice and counsel to make sure your business gets the legal solution that it needs.

Our employment lawyers in Canary Wharf have a range of experience working with businesses from a variety of sectors and levels of seniority. This includes company owners, managers, HR professionals, senior employees and executives. We work with all parties to deliver effective legal counsel that solves your employment law concerns.

Our EmpLegal employment scheme allows you to get the exact support you require without worrying about varying costs. With our EmpLegal employment scheme, you will receive excellent, bespoke legal guidance for a fixed price.

Along with providing advice and support, we can also give you a detailed action plan with appropriate training to ensure the relevant guidance is implemented properly within your organisation.

Contact our employment lawyers today to find out more about how we can help your business.

What Is Employment Law For Businesses?

Employment law for businesses covers the duties, responsibilities and rights companies have in the working environment. Employment lawyers can advise employers on matters including defending claims against them by employees, HR procedures, employee contracts and termination, along with restructuring.

Based in Canary Wharf, Docklands Solicitors have expertise regarding terminations and settlement agreements, contracts and handbooks, redundancy and restructuring, and employment tribunal representation.

Training

As part of our training services, we provide monthly updates and regular meetings with HR professionals to make sure your business is kept informed with the latest changes to employment law. We can even provide tailored briefings to individual staff members if required.

Through our work with the Chartered Institute of Personnel, we provide support to ensure their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is upheld to the highest possible standards.

Our Fees

Please click here for a breakdown of our employment fees.

EmpLegal - Protection for your employment needs

Our EmpLegal employment scheme allows you to benefit from the exact level of support you require without having to worry about varying costs, as it’s based on the number of employees included in your plan. For a fixed fee your scheme will cover two core components:

  • Health Check - helping you see where your business stands in relation to current employment legislation.

  • Employment Advice - support for the employment law issues impacting your business.

Payment Options

We have 6 different payment options to make things easier for our clients:

Option 1 – Pay as you go

Option 2 – Monthly standing order

Option 3 – Insurance

Option 4 – Legal expenses loan

Option 5 – Conditional fee agreement

To find out more about each of these services, please download our full payment options guide here. Alternatively, please complete our contact form below and one of our specialist employment lawyers will reach out to you.

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