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Employment lawyers in Cardiff

If you run a business in Cardiff, or anywhere in South East Wales, and are looking for an employment lawyer, WorkNest is here for you. Our lawyers operate across Wales and the rest of the UK, providing companies with high-quality, jargon-free employment law advice, while helping you to save on the cost of traditional employment lawyers. Our fixed-fee employment law advice enables you to have access to the best employment law advice available, without breaking the bank.

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Who we are | Employment lawyers in Cardiff 

Legal support from local experts

Here at WorkNest, we offer personalised, fixed-fee employment law support to employers in Cardiff and across the UK. Our team of legal experts aim to ensure that you can manage any and all workforce challenges quickly and compliantly through our advice and support.

Cardiff has always been the economic epicentre of Wales, and our team are proud to offer employment law support to businesses across its many industry sectors. No matter where you’re located, what you do, or how many people you employ, our local employment lawyers will get to know your business so they can guide you and your team through any obstacle you face.

By working with us, you’ll be assigned a small team of fully-qualified employment lawyers in Cardiff, giving you access to support whenever you need it. From general advice and guidance to more complex urgent cases, your dedicated experts are just a phone call away and can even assist with more difficult, time-consuming tasks such as contract creation and drafting any new policies you require.

From hotels and restaurants to schools and healthcare providers, we are proud to provide expert employment support to Cardiff’s diverse range of businesses. And with our team’s equally diverse skillset, you can be sure you’ll receive the best possible support and advice that is tailored to you.

We have employment
lawyers based in Cardiff 

Email us | enquiries@worknest.com

Call us | 0345 225 8396 

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At WorkNest, we’re known for our bespoke service and the quality of our support. Not only is our expertise unmatched, but we take the time to know you so that we can function as a true extension of your team.

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