Business Employment Law

changing terms and conditions of employment

There may be times when you wish to alter the terms and conditions under which some or all of your staff are employed, such as a change to their place of work, or to introduce a hybrid of home or office working, or where you wish to impose a pay cut, or to restrict employees from working for a competitor for a period after leaving your employment.

Our team of employment solicitors can advise on whether you have the contractual power to vary your employees’ contracts of employment, and on all aspects of changing terms and conditions of employment, including any individual or collective consultation obligations. We can also help you to understand whether any such changes are likely to give rise to claims and, if so how best to deal with the situation so as to minimise the risk.

We can advise on whether you have the contractual power to vary your employees’ contracts of employment, and on all aspects of changing terms and conditions of employment, including your consultation obligations. We can also help you to understand whether any such changes are likely to give rise to claims and, if so how best to respond and, in particular, how best to communicate and consult with relevant trade unions.

Please contact one of the team for more information or to discuss your requirements.