Flexible and Hybrid Working

Our specialist employment solicitors help businesses fulfill their obligations and meet their objectives on flexible and hybrid working.

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Flexible and Hybrid Working

Manage the benefits of flexible and hybrid working, without the pitfalls

Offering your staff flexible, hybrid and home working can be a great way to recruit and retain talented employees but it’s not always possible. An employment lawyer can help you manage the benefits and the pitfalls.

Flexible and hybrid working is on the increase, but it is a complex area of employment law and employers need to navigate carefully the requirements to avoid complaints and tribunal claims.  In some cases, failing to deal appropriately with a flexible working request can lead to allegations of discrimination.

We can advise on all issues relating to flexible and hybrid working to assist your business in finding the right balance to meet its objectives.  Our expert employment solicitors provide support to deal with flexible working requests, including circumstances where the business cannot accommodate the request. 

We can also assist you with appropriate policies, procedures and contractual terms to cover flexible, hybrid and home working arrangements.

For advice and support with flexible, hybrid and home working, talk to our employment legal team in St Albans, Harpenden or Luton.

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