Our experienced lawyers support clients across the UK through all stages of the employment relationship. We focus on creating and maintaining a sound legal framework for employers, and employees, applying a pragmatic approach.
Our work covers the life-cycle of employment; from recruitment (including working with recruitment agencies), contracts, retention, absence, performance, rewards, change, holiday pay, immigration, redundancy, TUPE, tribunals, disputes, disciplinary action, dismissal and discrimination. We also offer a fixed cost, tailored service for businesses called Peak People which works to protect employers from employment risks by supplying HR solutions & Employment law advice.
The team also advise on the full spectrum of employment matters for employees, including unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, settlement agreements, redundancy, discrimination and all disciplinary and grievance issues. To read our frequently asked questions page, which covers redundancies & settlement agreements, please click here. Or you can download our handy PDF guide to settlement agreements by clicking here.
You will have access to our specialist employment and Human Resources lawyers, led by Mark Fellows, who have years of experience and case studies to draw upon. You can also keep up with the latest developments in legislation by visiting our blog.
Sherrards Employment department are ranked as a top tier firm in the 2020 legal 500 directory, Mark Fellows was also recommended as a Leading Lawyer and Joanne Perry, as a next generation partner.
Clients say “We have been delighted with the service provided by Mark Fellows, Joanne Perry and the team. They are very commercial in their mindset and understand the practicalities/difficulties of HR management, so give useful advice rather than just the simple legal position which is really appreciated. They always respond quickly if advice needed urgently.”
We want to give you clear and accurate information about our services, always. Please click here to download our costs information for wrongful dismissal.