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Employment Advisory

Understanding employment obligations and recruiting, retaining and managing the right people, has never been more critical. Our clients come to us for strategic advice, including on board-level and risk management issues, as well as for day-to-day employment and HR-related support.

With over 200 employment lawyers in 26 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and the U.S., we work in partnership with clients across all sectors to develop creative solutions to their workplace issues. 

We advise on all types of employment advisory matters, including executive hiring and dismissals, complicated disciplinary and grievance matters, business restructures and consultation as well as issues concerning remuneration and compensation.  We are at the forefront of industry debate and market practice and supplement our expertise with critical sector knowledge and regulatory overlay, to find the right solution.


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