First, there are several qualities to look for when deciding on an employment law solicitor. One of these things is the happy-medium between affordability and experience. A solicitor may seem promising due to the low price, but they may be priced so low because they have little to no experience and are trying to build a reputation.
In addition, you want be certain the solicitor you hire will meet with you or your employees on a regular basis. This will make sure both your business and the solicitor are on the same page and everyone is kept up to date of changes. Thirdly, a good solicitor will do a “health check” of your employment practices. Also known as a free risk management audit, this will let you know what your problem areas already are. The fourth service the solicitor should provide you with is a report of all problem areas and possible ways could go about trying to fix the problems.
Rounding out the most important services a solicitor should provide includes an employment manual so you can use good employment practices. You want a solicitor that will also provide online consultation services for easy access to quick fixes. The number seven and last thing you should require from a solicitor is some form of insurance coverage.