Employment Lawyers in London
Looking for Employment Lawyers to help your London business through an employee issue? You might think a law firm is your only option, but with hourly fees of around £200 per hour, it can quickly become expensive.
WorkNest’s unique Employment Law & HR support gives you the highly-qualified advice and personal feel of a traditional law firm, with the added reassurance of fixed fees.
- Cost certainty: Get all the advice and guidance you need, without watching the clock or worrying about unexpected bills.
- Unlimited use: Call us with quick and easy day-to-day queries, complicated situations and everything in between – it’s all covered in the cost.
- Named advisers: Get professional support from a small team of dedicated employment lawyers, guaranteeing consistent, relevant advice.
- More than just good advice: Our comprehensive service includes simple-to-use HR software, hands-on help with your contracts and handbooks, and other value-added extras.
And because our prices are fixed throughout the country, employers in London, where employment lawyers are typically more expensive, can be confident they’re getting great value for money.
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Who we are | Employment lawyers in London
Legal support from local experts
From big-name brands to small independent businesses, WorkNest provides high-quality, fixed-fee support to 35,000 organisations nationwide.
Our commercially-minded approach, dedicated advisers and fixed fees make us the smart choice for London employers looking for legal expertise around workforce issues.
We assign each of our clients their own small team of named Employment Lawyers, giving you access to pragmatic, solutions-focused and jargon-free advice from real experts that genuinely understand your business and how you operate.
That way, we’re better placed to help you achieve your preferred outcome quickly and compliantly, and ultimately protect your organisation from costly legal mistakes.
Whether you’re part of London’s booming tourism industry, run an accounting firm, or operate a manufacturing facility, our Legal-500-recognised team offer the perfect blend of local knowledge and legal expertise, making us well placed to guide you through any employment challenge.
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Our people are the most important part of our service.
From our highly-qualified advisory teams that deliver dedicated support to our clients, to our back-office teams that ensure a smooth service, we’re exceptionally proud of the team we have.
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What we can help with
Being Employment Law Compliant
If you often find that you’re not sure of the best course of action when faced with difficult employee dilemmas, or you’re conscious that your policies and procedures might not comply with best practice, WorkNest can reduce your risk of claims through dedicated, expert support.
95% Client satisfaction rate
97% Client retention rate
Why choose us?
Experts in Employment Law & HR
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.
- Your own small team of dedicated experts
- Commercial, pragmatic advice tailored to you
- Bespoke contracts, policies and handbooks
- Trusted by over 40,000 organisations
- Recognised as a leading firm by The Legal 500
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