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Amy Jones

Associate | Dundee

Employment


Amy is an experienced employment law solicitor based in our Dundee office and, having specialised in employment law for over eight years, she advises clients in all areas of employment and discrimination law.  Her pragmatic approach seeks to achieve the best outcome for clients when dealing with employment issues.   
 
She has a wide range of experience in dealing with all areas of employment law including disciplinary and grievance matters, discrimination, performance management, ill health and absence, employment documentation, reorganisations/redundancy situations, TUPE and exit packages.  She also represents both employees and employers in the Employment Tribunal.  In addition, Amy is a key member of our healthcare team and works closely with the team to advise clients on the legal and practical employment and TUPE aspects of acquisitions and sales in the healthcare sector.  Amy also works closely with our land and rural business and wider corporate and commercial property teams to advise on employment and TUPE issues arising from acquisitions and disposals of businesses in various sectors.
 
Her client base includes senior employees, universities, colleges, manufacturing and high-tech companies, the healthcare sector and SMEs.
 
Amy regularly provides in-house training to clients, presents at external events and comments on employment issues for the press.  In particular, she is frequently asked to speak about employment law and HR issues at dental industry events.


Amy Jones's Blog Entries

Black Friday a headache for employers?

The distinctly American shopping phenomenon of Black Friday has gained significant traction in the UK over the past few years, with the…


Posted on 20th November 2019

New IR35 Private Sector Rules: What do they mean for those using contractors?

What is IR35? IR35 (sometimes known as “off-payroll working”) applies where an individual personally provides their services to a client…


Posted on 4th September 2019

How to Avoid Potential Summer Employment Headaches

As summer approaches, employers must begin thinking about how to effectively deal with the management of holidays and what impact it will…


Posted on 22nd May 2019


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