Employment and Immigration


Employment and Immigration

The success of your business depends on your ability to recruit and retain the best people; and to minimise financial and reputational damage if employment relationships break down. Our legal advice helps you to manage employment issues, adhere to regulation and create a cohesive workforce. We also provide a broader perspective on your business, becoming a trusted extension of your team.

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Protecting your greatest asset

Our commercially-minded approach to employment law puts your employees and business objectives first, and ensures your organisation has the appropriate structure and strategy in place.

We support businesses of every size and shape – from sole traders and partnerships to regional and national charities, corporates, major multinationals and local SMEs. Our advice ranges from mergers and acquisitions to day-to-day employment issues, breaches of contract, TUPE transfers and unfair dismissal and discrimination. We also resolve complex immigration issues for employers hiring overseas talent. So, whatever the scope of your employment needs, we can support you throughout.

We will spend time getting to know you or your business so that we understand your concerns and aims, and can guide you through the complexities of employment with these in mind.

Case Studies

Thrings Employment and Immigration Team achieved a beneficial settlement for an organisation after its former employee violated the restrictive covenants in his contract.

Thrings Employment and Immigration Team achieved a positive outcome for a company whose former senior executive commenced employment with a direct competitor shortly after resigning from our client’s firm.

Thrings achieved a highly favourable outcome for a company it defended against wide-ranging allegations of constructive unfair dismissal, due to discrimination and whistleblowing.

The team takes the time to discuss and understand our business, and how we like to approach matters.

Chambers and Partners


News 16 June 2017

The Gig Economy and Employee Status: t’was ever thus?

Recent notable cases involving household names such as Uber, CitySprint, and Deliveroo, have undeniably brought the “gig economy” to our attention: we now know more about where and how these businesses operate. They have also given rise to a number of questions regarding the adequacy of employment protection for...

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News 7 June 2017

Who said there’s no such thing as bad publicity?

Following the well-documented case in 2016 which saw Uber lose the right to classify 40,000 of its UK drivers as self-employed, the taxi-app firm is back in the headlines...

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