Employment & HR
Our employment lawyers work closely in partnership with businesses and individuals needing fast, effective legal advice delivered in plain English.
We have a straightforward, personable approach. We aim to clarify, not to complicate.
Our success results from us getting to know our clients – their values, goals and key areas of focus. We invest time in this to form strong working partnerships and long-lasting relationships.
We have years of experience successfully advising companies in a wide variety of sectors including retail, manufacturing, transport, the NHS and education.
Find out more about our HRguardian scheme, a straight-forward and cost-effective way to remove the burden of employment legislation from your business.
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Our employment clients include:
Reed Boardall, First4Lawyers, Advanced Processing, RC Hagen
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Managing Director, Advanced Supply Chain
“Always there whatever we need. Gordons understand our business and our needs.”
Finance and Operations Director, RC Hagen
“Gordons consistently provides us with simple, straightforward advice that adds value to the business in every way.”
European Finance Director, Ctrack
“Always there whatever we need – Gordons took the time to understand our business and our needs. Their advice and fees are both sound and fair.”
Chairman, The Waxman Group
“We value Gordons’ uncomplicated and pragmatic advice and have enjoyed working with them for many years.”
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National Living Wage: Planning For The Future
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Gordons Legal Employment Update - 7 June
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Gordons Announces New Hires
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Strong Performance at Yorkshire Law Firm Gordons
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