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Employment

The Employment service is both pragmatic and commercial. It works closely with clients to deliver the best solution for their organisation whilst helping them to take advantage of opportunities, better managing risk and reduce legal expenditure. Work in non-UK jurisdictions is managed through the firm's membership of Lawrope and Labor Law Plus as well as its network of specially selected law firms.


Some things speak for themselves - the directories that review the legal industry are a good start ....

  • "Boyes Turner has been an absolute pleasure to work with................... For me, this is the key - the "support" that we as an organisation get."
  • "Their advice is pragmatic, commercially focused and constructive and we value the fact that they raise alternative solutions."
  • "The service we receive is excellent, and they are always able to give us the time that we require."
  • "Working together with the firm is a real partnership of ideas where they add considerable value to our business and are seen by us as a virtual member of the team."
  • "The solutions we get from Boyes Turner are clear cut, constructive and commercially aware."
  • "What I really appreciate is their interest in how the business is going generally, even when we have no legal problems."
  • "A 'hands-on approach' differentiates the team from some of the City firms traditionally used by blue-chip clients."
  • "They're all very dedicated and make time to listen - they always have our best interests at heart."
  • "Winning outfit."
  • "The team is highly responsive and delivers on time - every time!"
  • "They know the law, but give advice that is practical and commercial."
  • "Exceptional team .... superb service."
  • "Takes a very holistic look at a company's requirements."

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Employment Law Case Update: Adesokan v Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd [2017] EWCA Civ 22

In the recent Court of Appeal decision of Adesokan v Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd it was held that an employee was guilty of gross misconduct where he had failed to ensure that a key company procedure concerning staff engagement was properly carried out.

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Leisure & Hospitality: The year ahead

Last Thursday Boyes Turner co-hosted a webinar with the British Hospitality Association. John Guthrie, Employment Policy Adviser to the British Hospitality Association and Helen Goss, Employment partner at Boyes Turner, discussed the key issues facing the Leisure & Hospitality industry in 2017.

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Flexible working: Taking the right approach

This week the Modern Families Index 2017 reported that 47% of millennial fathers want to downshift into a less stressful job because they can’t balance the demands of work and family life and 38% of millennial fathers would be willing to take a pay cut to achieve a better work-life balance.

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related future events

Employment Webinar: Case Law round-up

14/12/2017 - Employment Webinar rounding up case law from 2016

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Employment Webinar: Legislation Update

23/11/2017 - This webinar is live with a listen again facility.

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Employment Law Conference: Building Better Teams: "Resilience in the 21st Century Workplace"

19/10/2017 - Stress at work cases are on the rise, such cases are costly for employers and often end up in litigation.

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award winning law firm

Boyes Turner are proud to have received the following awards and recognition.

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