Free Confidental Advice
As a Golf Jobs client/member you can take advantage of an initial free confidential advice call from leading Employment Law specialists Ellis Whittam. Ellis Whittam enjoys a strong industry reputation for the quality of support provided to the sports and leisure sector. Recognised by The Legal 500 as a leading employment law firm, its legal team is made up of solicitors, barristers and chartered legal professionals whose combined experience of supporting businesses is unrivalled. Ellis Whittam can offer guidance, interpretation and legal advice to help you manage a full range of employee-related issues, including:
- Conduct, capability and performance
- Disciplinary and grievance procedures
- Contracts and staff handbooks
- Holiday entitlement
- Sickness and absence
- Flexible working
- Ongoing COVID-related challenges
Whether you are facing an immediate issue or would benefit from the reassurance of a second opinion, the ability to talk matters through with a professional will save valuable time and frustration and enable you to operate with the confidence that you are acting within the law.
How it works
You can access support over the phone (with a initial free confidential advice call) or via email. The telephone service is available on 0345 226 8393 and is open between 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday.
To receive support over email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
When calling or emailing, please quote GOLFJOBS, your name and the name of your business. While all calls, case notes and correspondence are recorded to ensure quality and for monitoring purposes, please be assured that all information is confidential and stored securely in compliance with data protection regulations.
Not sure whether to call?
Ellis Whittam are here to support you through all employment matters and encourage you to contact them with any problem, large or small. By seeking advice at an early stage, they will be in a better position to help you achieve the best possible resolution and prevent any disagreement from escalating into a legal dispute.
Employment Law One2One Service
Preferential rates apply on Employment Work services through Golf Jobs
If you would benefit from additional people management support, Ellis Whittam’s Employment Law One2One services gives you access to unlimited pragmatic advice and assistance from named professionals at a highly preferential fixed fee.
Manage staff in line with the law, minimise time spent dealing with workforce issues and protect your business against the growing threat of employee claims with pragmatic, commercially-minded support. You will benefit from: Your own small team of qualified Employment Law Advisers who you can call upon at any time for clear, practical advice on a full spectrum of employment challenges, from simple sickness absence to complex disciplinary procedures, contractual changes and redundancy. 24/7 support, with no limit on the number or length of calls you can make, giving you the reassurance that help is always available.
An expert review of your Contracts of Employment and Employee Handbook to ensure they are up-to-date, legally-compliant, tailored to your specific needs, and offer maximum protection for your business. If you are without these documents, your team will create them for you. Bespoke drafting of your employment-related documents and letters (rather than, as is the case with some providers, providing you with templates and expecting you to do the work yourself). Your own personal online area, where you can find all your important documents, refer back to telephone and email conversations with your adviser, and access a library of professionally-developed guidance notes and document templates. Regular email updates and practical webinars to keep you informed of new case law and other legislative developments that may impact your business.
Expert support in the event of an employee claim, including handling negotiations with Acas, the Tribunal, the claimant(s) and their advisers, as well as representing you should a case proceed to an Employment Tribunal hearing.