Corporate restructuring and redundancy are complex and onerous areas of employment law for employers.
This is because although it is possible to dismiss employees by way of redundancy or corporate restructuring, the law requires that you demonstrate "fair reason". This is in contrast to an "unfair dismissal", which, if proven, may be met with a compensation award made by an Employment Tribunal.
It is essential that before you embark on the corporate restructuring or redundancy process you receive legal advice regarding your rights and obligations. Oratto's specialist employment law solicitors can help you avoid the expense, inconvenience and reputational damage of unfair dismissal and Employment Tribunal claims. Furthermore, if you are involved in a dispute, you can get in touch with our members to help ensure the most favourable settlement possible.
Acting in the interests of employers
Oratto's member employment law solicitors are all signatory to the Oratto Member Lawyer Code, meaning you can be assured of the following qualities:
- Openness and transparency
Our member employment law solicitors work from locations right across the country and represent the full spectrum of clients, from larger corporations to small and medium sized enterprises. Expertise includes corporate restructuring, redundancy and employment law issues related to outsourcing.
Furthermore, the expertise of Oratto's members extends to the following:
- Business closure
- Workplace closure
- Diminished requirements
- Settlement agreements
- Redeployment procedure
- Consultation communication
- Collective consultation
Corporate restructuring, redundancy and outsourcing
Keeping abreast of and in line with employment law is a constant challenge for UK employers. Oratto can help you ensure the ongoing success and viability of your business by connecting you with a member employment law solicitor who is suited you and your circumstances.
Contact Oratto today so that we can find you an expert member solicitor for fast, accurate advice on your employment law issues including corporate restructuring, redundancy and outsourcing.