HR Support Solicitors

Our experienced employment solicitors can provide your business with HR support services, including contracts of employment, benefit packages, staff policies and procedures, sickness policies and maternity law advice.

As a business, it’s crucial to have access to legal advice on how to maintain best practice in staff rules, procedures and sickness absence.

Whether you have one employee or 250, our HR solicitors provide employers with the support and advice that any business needs. Our HR support service is particularly valuable for businesses without an in-house HR function, however, we can also work alongside your HR team, providing legal support where needed.

HR support services

Our employment lawyers provide professional HR solutions that are tailored to your business needs. We are also able to advise on more general areas of employment law such as TUPE, redundancy, contracts, settlement agreements, as well as disciplinary and grievance procedures.

HR support helpline

The HR support helpline is for your managers or internal HR team to use as and when problems arise, and for general employment law and HR advice over the telephone or via email from our HR Support team.

HR support packages

There are three types of package our HR solicitors can offer you and your business:

  • Safety Net: An initial call or face-to-face meeting of up to 30 minutes to discuss your likely requirements and access to the service between 10am and 4.00pm on weekdays.
  • Standard: An initial meeting at your office (subject to proximity) or telephone call lasting up to one hour to discuss your likely requirements and as much advice on HR and employment law issues as you need, subject to reasonable and appropriate usage, plus access to the service between 9.00am and 5.00pm on weekdays.
  • Platinum: Access to our lawyers for all advice and work expected from a HR manager (not including Payroll and administration, typing, formatting etc.) and up to 10 hours of face-to-face meetings per year, plus as many telephone conferences as you need.

Employment law protection

The abolition of employment tribunal fees in July 2017 makes employers more vulnerable.

Accordingly, the number of employment tribunal claims have increased. As a result, employers are open to more claims, costing thousands of pounds in legal costs. In addition, employees who previously chose not to pursue a claim on the grounds of cost may now look again.

It’s vital to ensure you, as an employer, has instant access to legal support and deal with any potential claims promptly and effectively.

Contact our HR solicitors

If you’re seeking HR solutions for your business, our specialist HR solicitors are here to help.

Our lawyers work with employers and business owners across the South West from our offices in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. To find out more about our HR support service, call us on 0117 325 2929 or fill out our online enquiry form.

  • "I would rate your service highly and would recommend you in a heartbeat. Thanks for all the hard work!"
    AnonEmployment Client
  • "Samantha was professional and empathetic. She clearly explained my options to me and I am extremely happy with the service I received from Samantha and the business as a whole. The team is always friendly, professional and efficient, giving me full confidence in their work."
    AnonEmployment Client
  • "Barcan+Kirby helped me at very short notice with a settlement agreement. Very professional advice from a very caring Associate. I would recommend them for any employment dispute."
    AnonEmployment Client
  • "Natalie gave me great advice and understood my predicament, especially as I was given a tight deadline from my previous employer."
    Anon Employment Client
  • "Samantha was very helpful. She was knowledgeable and friendly which put me at ease. I would recommend Barcan+Kirby to anyone needing legal support."
    Anon Employment Client

Downloads + Factsheets

  • Pricing for HR Support (PDF)

    Find out how our HR Support team can support your managers or internal HR team as and when problems arise, and for general employment law and HR advice.