As dedicated recruitment law specialists, we understand that when dealing with recruitment it is important not only to get the right person for the job but also to ensure that the process followed, from advertisement to a job offer, is lawful and non-discriminatory.

We understand that you need guidance that is practical and commercial; our specialist recruitment solicitors will ensure you and your business are fully aware and compliant with the UK recruitment laws.

Get in touch with the team today on 0161 930 5117, e-mail or complete our online form to speak to an employment law solicitor on issues you may be experiencing in your business.

Gorvins Approach to Recruitment Support

Recruitment law in the UK can be a minefield if you are not up to date with the legislation, potentially leaving you facing expensive claims from current and former employees along with damage to your reputation.

At Gorvins, our specialists in recruitment law can review your recruitment processes and recommend changes to ensure that the risk of any complaint or claim is minimised. However, in the event that a complaint of the discriminatory or non-lawful recruitment process is made, we can advise on how best to handle the complaint.

Instructing a solicitor who is well versed in the recruitment laws will help your business avoid breaching existing legislation and also save you time and money by staying abreast of the regulations e.g. Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations.

Breaches of Recruitment Law

Should your business or employment agency be subject to a claim but a current or former employee, or if you have been accused of breaching the law, our expert solicitors will provide the necessary legal advice to ensure you minimise risk and achieve a result for your business.

How Can Gorvins Help?

Our experienced solicitors will handle all your legal issues as quickly and efficiently as possible, allowing you to concentrate on what is most important, running your business.

If you need assistance with recruitment law or any other employment law issue, contact Gorvins Solicitors on 0161 930 5117, e-mail or fill in our online enquiry form and we will be in touch.

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