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Employment

Employees guide to Settlement Agreements – everything you need to know

This Legal Guide explains what a settlement agreement is, the circumstances in which you might need to talk about one with your employer, what they cover and what the legal implications are both now... Read full guide

Employees guide to Employment Tribunals

What is an Employment Tribunal? They were set up in the seventies to provide a fast, informal and inexpensive way to solve employment disputes in a way deemed equally accessible to employees and... Read full guide

Employing people with disabilities and health problems

On 24th July 2014 the Department for Work and Pensions published new guidelines on recruiting and employing people with disabilities and people with health problems. It specifically focuses on... Read full guide

Employment contracts

It doesn’t matter whether you have a written document or not, as soon as someone accepts your job offer a contract exists. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have a legal obligation to provide... Read full guide

Flexible working

As of Monday 30 June 2014 the right to request flexible working was extended to all employees with at least 26 weeks’ continuous service. Previously this only applied to parents and carers. This... Read full guide

Understanding zero hours contracts

When an individual is employed under a zero hours contract they will usually be classified as a worker under employment law. There is no obligation for the employer to provide work or for the... Read full guide

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UPDATE August 2020

Wards Solicitors is open and our teams continue to work on existing cases and take on new business and clients.

From early August, we are pleased to announce that we will slowly be starting to re-open some of our branches to clients, but all appointments must be pre-booked.

Availability for face-to- face meetings in branches will be limited, and remote contact with teams – via phone, email or video call – is preferred wherever possible.  Our prime concern remains the safety of our clients and our staff.

Please note that all visitors to our offices must, by law, wear a face covering.

We cannot accept drop-in appointments.

How to get in touch:

  • Please email or telephone your usual lawyer or team, or
  • Please telephone the branch most convenient to you between 9am and 5:30pm, or email info@wards.uk.com at any time and we will respond to you as soon as possible.

We look forward to hearing from you.  A list of our 11 branches is available here.

Thank you.

Wards Solicitors LLP