“The advice given over the years has been of immense value to the Harvey Nash Group and highlighted their unique understanding of both the legal and commercial issues facing business in the global professional services market.”
We provide specialist advice to organisations in the UK and abroad on Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) and Managed Service Arrangements (MSP), to companies that specialise in placing staff. This can be on a temporary or permanent basis.
Areas in which we have specialist knowledge include:
We have a wide range of clients, ranging from small and medium size enterprises to large multinationals.
Examples of how our highly experienced employment solicitors have helped clients include:
Our thorough understanding of the recruitment sector ensures that we can move quickly to fully protect your business in the event of a potential breach of restrictive covenant/confidentiality. We recognise the time critical nature of such situations and will guide and support you through any appropriate action you choose to take.
Our advice is incorporated into the Office of Government Commerce guide on engaging temps and contractors.
We are an affiliate member of the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo)
For further information please contact Oliver Weiss.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal’s recent decision in Kocur v Angard Staffing Solutions Ltd means that an agency worker’s statutory rights to certain equal terms cannot be bought out by paying the worker a higher rate of pay than its permanent staff.
In his Budget, Chancellor Phillip Hammond announced that the Government was resolved to look forward and not backwards and to produce a "balanced approach" to prepare Britain for the future.
Oliver Weiss recently took over as head of our London Employment, Pensions and Immigration Team – here we introduce Oliver and the team.
The long expected changes to the Tier 1 (Investor) visa category come into force today, 6 November 2014.
On 26 June 2017, the Government published its proposals outlining how it intends to protect the rights of EU Nationals living in the UK.
The High Court has temporarily enforced restrictive covenants in a former director's contract, in a case which has some interesting implications when considering how long restrictive covenants in an employment contract should last.
We discuss a recent case in the Employment Appeal Tribunal which has found that workers on "indefinite" or "permanent" assignments at a hirer do not benefit from the protection of the Agency Workers Regulations 2010.