WTT for Co-operatives

Legal Services for Co-operatives

WTT Legal provides extensive services to Co-operatives on a range of practice areas including but not limited to the following;

  • Drafting of over-arching employment contract 
  • Drafting contract FAQs for employees
  • Drafting of employee handbooks
  • Drafting of member handbooks
  • Training to internal staff on legislation (i.e. EAA, AWR etc.)
  • Advising on employment law issues
    • Unfair dismissal Notice periods
    • Discrimination
    • Holiday pay
    • AWR claims
  • Advice on pay when paid issues and contractor advance schemes
  • Agency Workers Regulations processes and advisory function
  • Implementation of policies and procedures and audit
  • Assistance with on-boarding including Right to Work
  • Negotiating contracts with agencies
  • Negotiating contracts with end users
  • Drafting your Co-operative’s standard terms of business
  • Drafting disclaimers, terms of use and website notices
  • Small claims actions (i.e. debt recovery from contractor or client
  • Employment Tribunal matters
  • High Court Litigation
  • Drafting Service Agreements
  • Drafting Co-operative Articles
  • Drafting Finance Agreements
  • Company secretarial services
  • Regulatory reporting requirements

If your co-operative requires a review of its working practices or legal documentation, please do not hesitate to contact the team.

WTT Legal is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, Registration Number 654197. Further information can be found in the Regulatory Information section of the website.

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