Many smaller businesses cannot afford to have a full-time, dedicated HR Manager, which is why Lamb Brooks can offer services that assist with ad-hoc or ongoing HR support.


Our experienced employment law team runs a programme of seminars and workshops alongside bespoke, private onsite management training sessions to keep you informed, up to date and ensure your business is protected.


We can also ensure that your contracts, policies, processes and handbooks are up-to-date and compliant. These are the documents that will be scrutinised at an employment tribunal if you find yourself with a claim on your hands, so it is crucial that these are on point. We understand that for our clients it is always best to prevent problems rather than solve them.


Are you confident that your policies and contractual documentation is compliant and sufficiently robust? If your documentation is lacking, or you would like a ‘health-check’ or specific training, please call our Employment Department today, we are here to help.

Employment Solicitor Basingstoke

"You may have to go a long way to find professionals that demonstrate such a high degree of care. All the team are welcoming, polite, efficient and display a sense of humour."


Key Contacts

Hannah Lockyer

Associate Solicitor

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