Private Practice

Employment Lawyer (2-5 PQE)

Employment Lawyer (2-5 PQE)

  • About the team: Our client base includes City institutions, FTSE 100 companies and major UK and international businesses.
  • About the role: The role will involve the full range of employment law and HR support work (contentious and non-contentious) for a wide range of clients across all business sectors.
  • Looking for: Some experience of immigration issues would be helpful but is not essential.
  • Opportunities: We will take a genuine interest in your development and provide you with all the support and training opportunities you could hope for, and excellent career prospects.
  • And more: You can expect to work on a wide range of areas including but not limited to recruitment, service agreements, executive terminations, unfair dismissal, discrimination, TUPE and outsourcing, redundancy and change management, restrictive covenants and complex grievance complaints.

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