> WelcomeWelcome to Employment Law Plus -
Specialist Employment Law Solicitors
Founded in 2006
- Why compromise on anything less?Jill Kelly
, Director, is a specialist workplace law Solicitor who has 20 years experience advising businesses and individuals.
A fresh approach to legal services - based on understanding your needs, being straight with you and giving down to earth advice. We give practical, commercial support."I found you extremely thorough, your advice and the summaries you sent afterwards were clear and concise. I felt you had taken the time to understand my case well, gave me the best advice and were kind enough to follow up with me to confirm if I needed anything further. I would definitely recommend you to others.""Thank you for everything. You were responsive, rapid, insightful and available. You were a great and reassuring support. Thank you once again so very much. ""I would like to thank you for the advice and service and I will certainly recommend you to anyone in the same or similar situations. I'm not sure how you could have been more friendly.""I was very happy with your professionalism, and always felt like you were seeking my best interest. Thank you for that. I will be happy to refer you should the opportunity to come up to do this. Thank you! "
"Many thanks for all your help, it made a huge difference to the outcome, and to what I can do in the future."
We are all about quality not quantity. You will not be passed to a more junior and inexperienced solicitor. We are unique in offering the expertise and experience of Director solicitor, Jill Kelly, to ALL our clients in Oxford, Didcot, Abingdon, Newbury and elsewhere.
We will advise you about how much our advice is going to cost at the start so that you can make informed, commercial decisions.
We are fully authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority with professional indemnity insurance cover.
Solicitors based in Abingdon, Oxford, near Didcot and Newbury, we give advice by phone and email or, for meetings, we are easily accessible from Oxford, Reading, Newbury, Swindon, Didcot and Banbury. We can advise on settlement agreements by email.
See us on Linked inNEWS: Jill Kelly is once again recommended in the new 2016 editions of Chambers Directory of the Legal Profession and the Legal 500 for the Oxford region. This is what they say about Jill Kelly:
Jill Kelly is the founder and director of Employment Law Plus. She advises clients ranging from individuals to large corporations on the full gamut of employment law matters, including tribunal claims, TUPE matters, and the employment aspects of sales and acquisitions. " Jill will work to my preferred deadlines, and is extremely reliable and responsive." reports a client. Key workplace law changes:The Union, Unison, has succeeded in the Supreme Court in challenging employment tribunal fees. The Court found that the fees are unlawful. No fees are now being charged and the Government must refund all fees paid. The first stage of the refund scheme has been launched. It is likely that a new fees regime will be introduced after a consultation process but, in the meantime, claimants can make hay while the sun shines...Overtime/commission payments should be included in holiday pay for employees who get overtime/commission payments as part of their normal remuneration. For more information click here Employment tribunal decisions from February 2017 are now available on line: click hereThe General Data Protection Regulation will apply in the UK from 25 May 2018. The new Data Protection Bill is making its way through Parliament. The Information Commissioner has published 12 steps to take to prepare for the GDPR click here. For slides from the South Oxon HR network meeting in October 2017click hereThe Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices has been published. For more information click here. A Commons Committee published its response, "A Framework for Modern Employment". This adopts several recommendations of the Taylor Review including creating an assumption that a claimant has "worker" status and can brings claims based on worker status which the business must rebut, and the introduction of the availability of group claims for a group of workers all to being the same claim together such about working time, wages or breach of contract. However, the Government's main response has been to say it will launch further consultations, so no big changes yet.
The Department for Exiting the European Union has published a factsheet on how workers rights will be preserved following Brexit. It states that workers' rights that are enjoyed under EU law will continue in force after Brexit.Click here to access
The Government has published a Bill to give parents who lose a child under the age of 18 two weeks' paid leave. To access, click here
The new edition of The Legal 500 United Kingdom 2017 again recommends Jill Kelly for employment law advice and reports that "Jill Kelly’s ‘knowledge and expertise are impressive’, and she routinely advises businesses and individuals on everything from disciplinary actions to negotiating employment contracts."
"Thriving at Work", the Stevenson/Farmer review of mental health and employers has been released. click here to access
The delayed tax free childcare scheme is now being fully implemented with all eligible parents expected to have access by 14 February 2018. Application is made online through the Childcare Choices site.
From 6 April 2018, there was an important change to how termination of employment payments are taxed. All payments representing the notice period will be fully taxable, even if they are not contractual payments.
Settlement agreements and compromise agreements, grievances, age discrimination, employment tribunal claims and defences, disciplinaries, redundancy, unfair dismissal, maternity rights, race discrimination, employment contracts, victimisation, disability discrimination and adjustments, transfers of undertakings, sex discrimination, policies and procedures, sexual orientation discrimination, pay problems, working time and holiday entitlements, equal pay, restrictive covenants, Equality Act... Employment solicitors Abingdon. Employment solicitor Didcot. Employment law solicitor Oxford and Oxfordshire.
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