Charities and Not For Profit Employment Legal Advice

If you are a charity or not for profit organisation seeking employment law and HR advice, you need someone that understands and is empathetic to the requirement to balance your budget constraints and your employment law goals with issues of public relations and public perception.

Fortunately in Element Law you have an employment lawyer with strong experience of the not for profit sector and an excellent grasp of your needs. Developed by working with both local and national charities, involved in everything from child development and community transport, to healthcare and trade associations.

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Unlike many other law firms, I specialise solely in employment law. Meaning you are dealing with an expert whose resources are dedicated entirely to this field. Contract me on an ad hoc basis or based on an annual retainer.

Approachable. Transparent. Working for you.

Dealing with Element Law you have a single point of contact. If you have a question you will get a straight forward answer and your billing will be upfront and extremely competitive. Saving you time and money. Watch your stress float out the window.

Call Kate now on 01892 516216.

Charity Employment Legal News

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Webinar: Team Cohesion, Grievances and Mental Health: Review and Reflection

April 30th, 2024|

Webinar Team Cohesion, Grievances and Mental Health: Review and Reflection Date           16 May 2024                                              Time           12:30 to 13:30                                   Location    Zoom RSVP             Please email Many businesses are receiving an increased number of grievances being raised by employees against one or more colleagues. Frequently these employees cite the impact [...]

WEBINAR – How to manage sick leave and disabilities in the workplace: tricky issues and top tips

September 11th, 2023|

I will be hosting a webinar with Helen Valls-Russell of Ergocom. This webinar will take place on Zoom on 12 October 2023 and will commence at 1:30pm and end by 4:45pm.  We will be looking at the complex topic of sickness absence.  We will cover practical considerations in obtaining medical information and the [...]

ICO and ACAS Updates on Sickness Absence

September 5th, 2023|

There have been two developments relating to sickness absence matters over the summer: ACAS has updated its Guidance on Sickness Absence which you can view here:  ACAS Sickness Absence Guidance The ACAS Sickness Absence Toolkit also contains some useful flowcharts and tips under the ‘assets’ section here: ACAS Sickness Absence Toolkit The ICO [...]

Workers’ Rights, GDPR, Office Banter & No-Deal Brexit Policy

December 12th, 2018|

In the news this month: In the new this month: Taking Holidays, Part-Time Workers’ Fair Treatment, Workers' Rights, Officer Banter and Harassment, GDPR and Emails, Whistleblowing and Banks, Work Life after #MeToo and EU Nationals' Rights on no-deal Brexit. Taking Holiday Kreuziger v Berlin and Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur [...]

A Key Case on Legal Advice Privilege, and other stories

September 12th, 2018|

In this month’s edition, we discuss the recently published “no-deal” Brexit Workplace Rights notice, tribunal limitation dates, bad faith in victimisation claims, new ACAS guidance on references, legal advice privilege, and our changing working world. No-Deal Brexit: Workplace Rights The government has committed to a series of technical notices aimed at providing [...]

Hermes and Deliveroo delivered a blow on the testing issue of Employment Status

July 24th, 2018|

This month: employment status challenges, disability dismissals and justification, oncall claims, holiday pay and overtime, LGBT action plan, minimum wage “naming and shaming” and Brexit legislation  European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 receives Royal Assent On the 26th June 2018 the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 received Royal Assent. The Act provides the [...]

“I have worked with Kate at Element law for over seven years and have consistently received professional and comprehensive advice on a broad range of employment law issues including TUPE, collective consultations and contractual issues. In addition to advice, Kate has reviewed key policy and document templates. Kate provides a personal service, is flexible in dealing with urgent matters and has a good understanding of the organisation’s culture and working practices which has helped provide continuity in the advice.”

Jenny King, Director, People & Organisational Development, CIPFA

“Having worked with Kate for more than 6 years I am always impressed with the supremely practical solutions she finds for the difficult problems that I present her with. Her interpretation of the law and speed of response has always been flawless.”

Semra O’Reilly, United World Colleges

Need Employment Legal Advice?

Expert and honest Employment Law and HR Advice that will take away your headache. It’s as easy as that.

Always Available.

Always Transparent.

Element Law for disciplinary, grievance, redundancy, restructure and employment contracts advice.

Call Kate now on 01892 516 216. Or email and Kate will get back to you.

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