Workplace law advisers, with you every step of the way.
We support businesses across the globe in relation to all the 'people' issues that they face, from hiring, to assisting in change programmes, to managing and resolving disputes where they arise.
In today’s global economy all international businesses need advice that offers integrated solutions to their global employment issues, particularly when working across jurisdictions and juggling different regulatory requirements.
Clyde & Co’s team are recognised leaders in the delivery of HR legal services. Our experienced practices in the UK, the Middle East, across Asia-Pacific and in Brazil have a long track record of advising both local and international businesses on employment issues, employee benefits, pensions, immigration, partnership, and trade union issues.
In jurisdictions where we do not have a local presence, we have strong relationships with leading employment law practices through our partnership with L&E Global, which enables us to offer seamless integrated solutions in an international marketplace.
From hiring, to managing change programmes, and resolving disputes, the combination of our experienced and sizeable international team and network of international offices means that we provide clients with relevant and tailored employment advice when and where it is needed.
We know that employment matters can escalate quickly and pride ourselves on being available and responsive to our clients. We take a proactive approach, anticipating issues before they arise, helping clients stay one step ahead and manage their workforce effectively.
We provide the full range of assistance on employment issues from day-to-day advisory work, to managing project and transactional work.
Our services include disciplinary and grievance issues, terminations, redundancy programmes, business re-structuring and outsourcing. We assist with the drafting, development and implementation of employment contracts, employee handbooks and company policies. We also advise on working hours, TUPE, data protection issues, equal opportunities and all other workplace discrimination disputes.
In the fast moving area of employment law we are consistently adapting to, and creating methods of dealing with new employment legislation. In recent years this has led to the formulation of standard documentation to deal with the new agency worker regulations and the new "employee shareholder" status. We also report on developments in the law quickly, helping our clients to develop new strategies and approaches to deal with these changes.