Employment – Employees

Kitsons Solicitors - Employee employment services

Losing your job is a stressful event for you and your family. Alternatively, you may have reached the point where you wish to part ways with your employer.

We will listen to your concerns and give you a straight answer regarding your options.

We act for employees at all levels including senior employees, Executives, Directors and Partners across a wide range of sectors. We can advise on the terms of your engagement and remuneration schemes or exit arrangements under agreed terms. Our advice will be tailored to meet your desired outcomes.

Due to our strong Corporate Services Team we have a wealth of expertise in drafting Directors Service Agreements and advising on Partnership and LLP matters so can therefore assist when it comes to wanting to part ways or renegotiating terms.

Our team leaders are recognised leaders in their field and our expert team will guide you through the process, explaining your options and proving sensible and commercial advice. They’ll provide complete transparency with costs and will support you every step of the way. We aim to provide clear and pragmatic advice so that you can make informed decisions as we understand that these situations can be emotional and difficult.

We can help you with:

  • Advising and negotiating on settlement agreements for individuals or groups
  • Advising on protected conversations when you are looking to part ways with your employer on agreed terms
  • Advising on post termination restrictive covenants
  • Advising on Director and Senior Employee exits
  • Exiting partners from partnerships or LLPs
  • Advising on claims concerning the termination of employment
  • Advising on grievances

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Your employment – employees team are...

Kitsons Solicitors - Rhodri Davey

Rhodri DaveyJoint Managing Partner

Rhodri is our Joint Managing Partner

Kitsons Solicitors - Jayme Nicholson

Jayme NicholsonPartner / Head of Employment

Jayme is a Partner and Head of our Employment team

Kitsons Solicitors - Rosie Evans

Rosie EvansSolicitor

Rosie is a Solicitor in our Employment team

Kitsons Solicitors - Carolyn Giles

Carolyn GilesStrategic HR Consultant

Carolyn Giles is our Strategic HR Consultant and a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD

Kitsons Solicitors - Rory Wakeling

Rory WakelingAssociate

Rory is an Associate Solicitor in our Employment team

Kitsons Solicitors - Lesley Alcock

Lesley AlcockLegal Secretary

Lesley is a Legal Secretary in our Employment team

Kitsons Solicitors - Danielle Luke

Danielle LukeLegal Secretary

Danielle is a Legal Secretary in our Litigation and Employment teams

Kitsons Solicitors - Jade Sleeman

Jade SleemanTrainee Chartered Legal Executive

Jade is a Trainee Chartered Legal Executive in our Litigation and Employment teams

Kitsons Solicitors - Rachel Webster

Rachel WebsterHR Administrator

Rachel is a HR Administrator for our Employment team

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