As well as our HR & Employment Law services, we also provide other services to compliment those core HR competencies. Speak to us today to find out more.
Are you responsible for Employment Law and HR within your organisation?
At CoLaw, we like to make a lasting impression on the businesses we work with. We find the most effective way to do this is through one of our bespoke training sessions. We run open and in-house courses on all aspects of employment law:
You’ll learn understanding of the legal
principles underpinning the
employer/employee relationship, how to check documents and policies for legal
requirements and provide basic advice on resolving legal employment issues. A must for the beginner in learning about employment law.
This course gives attendees an understanding of the legal aspects of recruiting staff. You’ll learn the legal considerations involved in the recruitment and selection process, what your business obligations are regarding
recruitment and how to avoid legal pitfalls. Additionally, you’ll be taught the ins and outs of effective, compliant recruitment.
Learn contractual law, how to handle
day-to-day contractual issues and how to draft terms of employment. You’ll also be taught how to create variations on the same
contracts without impeding the legal standing of the document. This is a crucial course for HR professionals.
After attending this course, you’ll be able to advise on the legal issues involved in the discipline and dismissal process. You’ll know how to advise on and apply your company’s dismissal procedures, plus how to deal with dismissal in an effective, timely,
Learn the legal side of diversity in the
workplace. This course teaches you the legal principles behind diversity and equal
opportunities, and how to put them into
practice. After attending, you’ll be able to
advise your organisation on the correct
procedures and methods in these areas.
You’ll learn all about redundancy law, when and how it applies. You won’t just be coached through the best practices when it comes to redundancy, but how to effectively retain your most valuable employees as well.
A course for anyone looking to better
understand and deal with disciplinaries and grievances in the workplace. Learn the legal side of the issues, and how to handle
employees who are going through the
Get in touch to book one at your business, or to attend an open session.
Find out how to apply best legal practice when it comes to discrimination in the
workplace. You’ll be taught the key legal
principles behind discrimination avoidance so you can advise and aid your business in the most effective way.
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Have you seen all of the additional services we offer?
We offer more than just HR and Employment Services, please take a look below at the full range of services we offer.
A shareholder agreement can be used in a variety of situations to regulate the relationship between some or all of the shareholders. A shareholder agreement can govern how the company is run and protect the interests of minority shareholders or shareholder investors.
Shareholder agreements can be put in place at the formation of a Company or anytime thereafter. Often a shareholder investor will require a shareholder’s agreement to protect their interests or following the allocation of shares to shareholders. Shareholders agreements can be helpful to set out any deal with issues that may go wrong in the future and potentially iron out any misunderstandings or differing opinions at an early stage.
It is advisable to have certain provisions of a shareholder’s agreement protected in the Articles of the Company and for executive director shareholders to also sign a director’s services agreement that reflects the rules of the shareholder's agreement in matters relating to their employment.
We offer fixed fee bespoke shareholder’s agreements starting from just £500 plus VAT
Standard Terms and Conditions can be one of the most important documents when transacting with businesses or consumers. It is vitality important to get this right to ensure liabilities and obligations are properly set out between the parties.
Together with drafting bespoke Terms and Conditions we also advise on how to ensure the Terms and Conditions are incorporated into a contract and what additional commercial considerations particular businesses should consider.
We offer fixed fees on T&Cs starting from just £350 plus VAT.
An SLA provides the specific standards to which services should be provided between businesses. A well-drafted SLA provides a framework for the obligations and liabilities between the parties. There is no one size fits all in SLA’s and we can tailor a detailed agreement to the sector and business practices of the particular client.
We can provide a wealth of experience in private business acquisitions. We can advise on both share and asset purchases from the heads of terms and Due Diligence stages, through to post completions matters.
A management Buy-Out is where a company’s management team purchases a business from its current owners. Such Buyouts often include backing from private equity. We can advise on these and other types of Buy-Outs together with the often nuanced issues that surround such transactions.
Commercial Agents are sometimes used by businesses to facilitate the sale and purchase of goods on their behalf. The Commercial Agents Regs may apply to such Agent relationships, providing the commercial agency worker with certain rights particularly upon the termination of the arrangement. We can assist in all matters relating to commercial agency, including drawing up an Agency Agreement.
We can also assist with drafting distribution agreements as an alternative to a commercial agency.
A general partnership is governed by the Partnership Act 1890 and applies where 2 or more individuals carry on a business in common with a view to reaching a profit. Partnerships may wish to consider drawing up a formal partnership agreement to manage the relationship and make provision for unforeseen events.
We can assist with general partnerships and forming Limited Liability Partnerships.
The form of business vehicle is often one of the first considerations in setting up a business. We can advise and assist in choosing the right model and ensuring the appropriate formation documents are used to create are bespoke and tailored vehicle for the business’s needs.
Legal and moral obligations when it comes to Health and Safety are complex and lengthy. At CoLaw, we’re committed to making these complicated laws, rules and regulations as simple and easy to understand as possible.
Health & Safety
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Our sister company Cash Protection Agency can provide all of our clients with a proactive yet sensitive diplomatic, discreet approach to recovering debt.
Commercial Debt Recovery
Employment Law Changes 2020
Guidance Note - COVID-19
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