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Employment Solicitors Scotland

Employers must ensure that their discipline and grievance policies and procedures are regularly updated to ensure that the policies comply with current employment legislation.

Our specialist employment law solicitors provide employers with advice and guidance on re-drafting and updating staff handbooks, policies and procedures.

Employment Policies and Procedures Legal Advice in Glasgow

Based in Glasgow our specialist employment solicitors provide advice relating to contract of employment, staff handbooks, employment policies and procedures. For advice and guidance relating to discipline and grievance procedures please complete our online enquiry form or contact us on 0141 248 3456

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