Practical advice on the spot from a fast response, partner led team is what our clients encounter when they want advice.
We advise a wide range of business and try to keep our approach as flexible as possible. Employment legislation may be “one size fits all” but Tozers’ approach to employment law issues is definitely not! When we prepare your contracts, policies and procedures, we make sure that they are tailored to the needs of your business – and you would be surprised how different businesses can be on the inside whilst seeming quite similar to outsiders.
Our strong links with certain business sectors have given us a special understanding of their particular needs. This adds value to our service to clients in those sectors and is an advantage upon which we are constantly building.
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What clients say
I regularly recommend Tozers to colleagues both in and out of the sector I work in.
Carole Spencer, Head of HR Westward
Many clients take advantage of our fixed fee employment service EASY, paying an annual all-in fee for open access to the team any day of the week. For clients who do not subscribe to EASY, we will always discuss alternatives to paying on an hourly basis, including fixed and capped fees and payment by results.
Because we present seminars throughout the year and publish our own newsletter, bulletins and e-newsflashes and because the team are constantly responding to telephone calls from EASY subscribers on the widest range of “employment” topics you can imagine, our expertise is solid and right up to date. Our clients receive the quality of advice available from much larger firms without paying high hourly rates.
Our range of work
- breach of confidentiality
- compromise agreements
- consultants and commercial agents
- contracts, policies and procedures
- data protection
- disciplinary and grievances
- discrimination and equal pay
- employment rights of all kinds
- overseas work and secondments
- pay, benefits and pensions
- redundancy and re-organisation
- restrictive covenants and garden leave
- sickness and absenteeism
- transfer of undertakings regulations
- tribunal claims