More services from LD HR+

To supplement your annual subscription, you can choose from a range of additional services that will benefit your business.

Employment Law Documents

We will advise you on any improvements that can be made to your employment processes, and we will review your procedures and employment documentation, allowing you to concentrate on developing your business.  Alternatively, you can choose a complete set of employment law processes that are easy to follow and implement.  We can provide you with a staff handbook containing all the policies and procedures your business needs.  Your business and your staff can also benefit from the provision of up-to-date terms and conditions of employment.

Fixed-fee Legal Employment Consultancy

We also offer a fixed-fee consultancy for the most common employment law issues you are likely to encounter in the course of your business. Our team of experienced employment law specialists will discuss your requirements and provide a competitive quote.  This service allows you to benefit from our expertise with the knowledge of your total legal spend from the beginning.

We can help with:

  • Settlement and Compromise Agreements
  • Director’s Service Agreements
  • Contracts of Employment
  • Consultancy Agreements
  • TUPE

Updates on Employment Law Issues

You will receive regular updates on employment law, meaning you are always aware of the issues and developments in the fast-moving areas of employment law that affect your business.

Please do not hesitate to contact us about your requirements.

Our Experts

Employment law partner David Leslie

David Leslie

Leeds Employment Law Partner

Email: [email protected]

Direct Dial: 0113 368 7804

News and Insight

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First instance decision; gender-fluid and non-binary workers protected under the Equality Act 2010

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Returning to Work in a Pandemic

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