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Welcome to Employment Law Plus -
Specialist Employment Law Solicitors

- Why compromise on anything less?


2006 to 2016 - 10 years of Effective Employment Law Advice

Jill Kelly, Director, is a specialist workplace law Solicitor who has almost 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.

"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! "

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.

We co-ordinate the South Oxfordshire HR Network for HR professionals and anyone managing staff. We meet in Abingdon, Didcot, Harwell or Oxford. We have speakers on HR related issues. For information on the South Oxon HR Network and access to previous presentations click here

"I really enjoy attending the HR Network Meetings, the topics presented are always useful and interesting and the locations these are held are within easy reach, it’s also a great way to Network with other HR/Recruitment Professionals in the local area and best of all, it’s free to attend!. I look forward to the next Meeting!" Zoe Bates, HR Advisor, Johnson Matthey

NEWS: To access the resource of presentations made to the South Oxon HR Network, click here

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NEWS: 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 Government has announced it is going to review the fees now in place for tribunal claims click here
  • . Here is the TUC's reaction click here. The Commons Justice Select Committee has reported on court and tribunal fees and concluded that the introduction of fees had an unacceptable impact on access to justice. It has recommended a substantial reduction in the fee levels and a restructuring of the fees. The Government has declined to respond to the recommendations and has stated that it will consider them with its own review of tribunal fees in due course. The Union, Unison, has been unsuccessful in Court action to try to get the fees removed but it is appealing to the Supreme Court. Scotland has announced it will scrap fees there.

  • Overtime/commission payments should now be included in holiday pay for employees who get overtime/commission payments as part of their normal remuneration. For more information click here


  • In April 2016, the Government announced it is investigating whether post-termination restrictions in employment contracts act as a barrier to employment, innovation and entrepreneurship. Could this lead to limits on these restrictions? In the meantime, we can advise employers on inserting these clauses in contracts, and employees on the implications of these restraints on future employment opportunities.


  • In her leadership campaign, Theresa May pledged to give workers the right to be represented on the board of the company for which they work.


  • At the Labour party conference, Jeremy Corbyn committed to introduce rights for employees from Day One of employment.


  • Theresa May has appointed Tony Blair's former policy chief to undertake a review of employment practices to ensure that regulation is keeping pace with the changing world of work. The review will include job security, pay, rights and increasing opportunities for carers, people with disabilities and the elderly.



  • 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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    Employment Law Plus (UK) Limited, trading as Employment Law Plus, is registered in England and Wales under company number 07406653 at Stepstone House, Old Moor, Milton, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 4ED. Director: Jill Kelly. Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority number 551415. Employment solicitors Abingdon. Employment solicitor Didcot. Employment law solicitor Oxford and Oxfordshire. Disability discrimination, sex discrimination, unfair dismissal, compromise agreement, settlement agreements