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Wrigleys' expert employment law advisers

Our employment clients include charities, social enterprises, schools, colleges and universities. We also provide specialist employment advice, working for all kinds of organisations and individuals where high quality employment law advice is required.

Our work includes:

  • Employment contracts;
  • Policies and handbooks;
  • Employment Tribunal representation;
  • Settlement Agreements;
  • Reorganisations and redundancies;
  • Discrimination law;
  • TUPE advice;
  • Trade Union relations;
  • Employee involvement and engagement (including works councils and employee representative bodies)

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David Boyd, Deputy Head Teacher of John Kyrle High School


"They have a good system of making sure someone is always available and they never have gaps in their service. Their main strength is that they are very good at reassuring us and instilling confidence in their advice."

"They take time to ensure I understand the complexity of the issues I bring and they are accessible in their language."

"They are very client-focused. They listen to the issues and the direction of travel you wish to take."

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26 Feb 2021

Supreme Court confirms that Uber drivers are workers after denying appeal

Decision brings long-running case on key aspects of workers status to an end

25 Feb 2021

Employer should have refreshed equality and diversity training as a reasonable step to prevent racial harassment

EAT: assessment of whether employer took all reasonable steps to prevent discrimination should include deciding if a step is likely to be effective.