Employees.

Mundays’ employment team provides advice to meet your personal objectives. We’ll identify your priorities and the most appropriate course of action from a range of options that gets you from where you are to where you want to be.

With employers struggling to keep abreast of ever-changing employment law, it’s a rare employee who understands all their employment rights.  On top of that, the last few years have seen it become ever more difficult for employees to exercise those rights.

In the meantime, it’s human nature to want to get on with those around you and no-one deliberately sets out to have an awkward or acrimonious employment relationship.  But relationships do break down or come to an end for any number of reasons.  That’s when incisive but balanced advice can minimise not just any adverse financial or reputational consequences, but also the inevitable stress which accompanies uncertainty.

By involving us at an early stage in any employment matter, we can guide you down the best pathways, pursuing what you consider to be a positive outcome, minimising risk and saving you time and expense.

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Andrew Knorpel.

Partner (Head of Employment)

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"I cannot praise them enough," says a client. "They have been excellent in all areas we have worked with them in, and they are very good at explaining the issues to non-legal people." Another states: "They think ahead for their clients and have very good response times."
Chambers & Partners UK
At Mundays LLP, the team provides 'customer service that is outstanding compared to others in the market'. The 'extremely effective and proactive' Andrew Knorpel leads a team that handles matters including complex sexual and disability discrimination, dismissals, redundancies and pensions, frequently involving tribunal hearings.
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Facts and Figures.

Facts and Figures at your fingertips - April 2019

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Insights.

The Facts, The Whole Facts and Nothing but The Facts
10th October, 2019

Andrew Knorpel considers who should be making the factual findings and who should be evaluating employees’ conduct when undertaking disciplinary investigations and decisions.

Waiving Goodbye to Legal Advice Privilege
26th September, 2019

Céline Winham discusses the risks of selectively disclosing legally privileged correspondence

Don’t Be Naughty with Notice
12th September, 2019

Andrew Knorpel looks at the potential criminal liability which arises when an employer and employee “agree” that either notice was given or employment was terminated on a date which differs…

Pawpular Perks: Pet-Friendly Policies at Work
29th August, 2019

Céline Winham looks at the pawpular perks within pet-friendly workplaces.