Absorb Employment Law Consultants

Law Firm

Legal Representation

We believe in prevention rather than cure:

Even though you may have taken and followed advice, this is not a failsafe that an employee will not bring a tribunal claim against you. However, if they do, a member of our Legal Services department will represent you in employment tribunal.

What you can expect from us:

In the event that you are served with Tribunal papers or you are faced with a Health and Safety prosecution from a current or former employee, you should notify our Legal Services Case Preparation Department for Employment Law or our Health and Safety Department as soon as possible. Upon such notification, we will see the case through from inception to conclusion.

Legal representation for employment tribunals and health and safety prosecutions:

Our services include;

Accident Investigation – We will advise you on the steps that need to be taken following on from an accident/incident. That could very well involve a personal visit from one of our Consultants; you will also be provided with legal advice and assistance from a Health and Safety Solicitor should that be required.

Breach of Contract Disputes – An employee requires no length of service to bring about a claim for breach of contract. A Tribunal is able to make an award of up to £25,000 with the opportunity to counter-claim and could relate to failure to follow a contractual disciplinary procedure.

Case Conclusion – At the conclusion of a case, you will be advised on what additional remedial steps should be taken, so as to help you better manage your health and safety obligations.

Case Resolution – On conclusion of the case your Legal Services Consultant will discuss the tribunal’s decision with you, and, if appropriate, address any matters with regard to compensation or possible grounds for review or appeal.

Deductions from Pay – An employee requires no length of service to bring about a claim for this reason. Should they win a Tribunal can award the actual amount claimed or that which is in dispute, without limit.

Employment legal services:

  • Employment Law
  • Early Conciliation
  • Employment Law Training
  • Mediation
  • Employment Law Seminars
  • Automatically Unfair Dismissal
  • Discrimination Cases
  • 24 Hour Employment Law
  • Employment Law Solicitors
  • Employment Tribunal Services
  • Documentation
  • Legal Representation Support
  • Conciliation
  • Other Types of Claims

Get a free consultation from one of our regional Employment Law or Health & Safety consultants and ensure your business is fully compliant.

Offer Details to BIoR Members

These exclusive prices for BIoR members can be up to 70% cheaper than similar HR Service Contracts.

Absorb HR Monthly Advice & Indemnity Charging Rates for Bior Members:

Number of Full Time Employees Current Rates
0 - 10 £60.32
11 - 20 £109.56
21 - 30 £121.49
31 - 40 £135.20
41 - 50 £149.60
51 - 60 £164.00
61 - 70 £177.20
71 - 80 £193.20
81 - 90 £206.40
91 - 100 £219.20
101 - 125 £235.17
126 - 150 £249.20
151 - 175 £260.00
176 - 200 £280.00
201 - 250 £296.00
251 - 300 £320.00
Over 300 Refer


About Our Company

Here at Absorb Employment Law Consultants, we understand the needs of employers, because we were founded by successful business owners who have first hand experience of managing large teams of people.

Don’t be fooled by companies offering free employment law advice. We only use qualified employment lawyers and HR professionals so our clients get the best commercial advice available.  This means that our advice is tailored to your business and its individual needs.  Unlike ACAS, we are not a conciliation service, our primary objective is to look after your interests as the business owner.  Our employment law advice is designed to give you and your business the best support and keep you out of expensive and time-consuming employment tribunals.

Implementing our advice early and as instructed can not only save your business money, it can often save relationships with your employees.  Early adoption of the right legal advice can diffuse difficult situations meaning you can retain staff and avoid costly legal bills.