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Employment Documentation for your business

Having well-drafted employment documentation including employment contracts, staff handbook and policies in place, not only ensures legal compliance but also plays a fundamental role in protecting the interests of a business. More importantly, it sets out the relationship between employers and employees.

Davenport Solicitors offer expert legal advice on the terms of various employment documentation. With our assistance, you can be confident that all your employment contracts, procedures and policies are up-to-date and comply with UK employment law.

How our Employment Documentation Solicitors can help you

With a comprehensive understanding of your business objective and goal, we will work with you closely, to draft your employment documentation to meet your business needs. From drafting to implementing and reviewing employment documents, our employment lawyers and HR specialists, will assist you through every step to make sure your employment documentation is “fit for purpose” so you can run your organisation effectively.

Get in touch with our Employment Documentation Solicitors in London

If you want to speak to our specialist Employment Documentation Solicitors in London, call us on 020 7903 6888 or request a call back at a time convenient for you. You can also email us at contact@davenportsolicitors.com. We aim to reply within 24 hours.

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