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Negotiating Employment Contracts

Your Specialist Employment Contract Solicitors in London

If you are going to join a new company or have been offered new terms by your existing company, you may be able to negotiate your terms of employment. With our breadth of experience in contract negotiations, our employment contract lawyers at Davenport Solicitors can help you negotiate the best possible terms. If you want our expert assistance in negotiating terms of your employment contract, get in touch with us.

Negotiating Employment Contract for the best deal

Drawing upon our experience in negotiating employment contracts, we can help you get the best deal. We can offer expert advice to help you negotiate the best possible salary as well as other terms, such as working conditions, working hours and holiday entitlement. As part of the process, we will also perform a comprehensive review of your contract to ensure that it is legally compliant in order to avoid legal disputes and ensure that your legal rights are fully protected.

Contact our Employment Contract Solicitors in London for Employees

If you want to discuss your current terms of employment or would like us to negotiate your terms of employment, speak to one of our expert Employment Contract Solicitors. Call on 020 7903 6888 or request a call back at a time convenient for you. You can also drop us an e-mail at contact@davenportsolicitors.com. We aim to reply within 24 hours.

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