In competitive markets, attracting good people can be hard enough, but keeping them can be even harder


As well as ensuring you abide by the rules and regulations involved in pay, trusted legal advice on your remuneration and benefits offering can act as a key strategy for your business in attracting and retaining the very best talent. 

From pensions and share schemes to equal pay audits and the National Living Wage, we provide practical guidance and advice with your unique business needs and objectives in mind at all times. Our commercially-focused approach will ensure your business remains in a strong competitive position.

What Can We Do For You?


Prettys’ employment lawyers can help and advise your business on all matters relating to remuneration and benefits, including:

  • Complying with pension auto enrolment requirements
  • Executive pay and benefits
  • Performance-based pay: bonuses, profit distribution and equity incentives
  • Effective implementation of the National Minimum Wage
  • Gender pay gap reporting
  • Implementing flexible benefits schemes and insurance-based benefits
  • Effectively managing holiday pay issues

If you’d like to find out more about how our employment team can help your business, get in touch with us today.

Why Choose Prettys?


Modern employers are subject to a wide range of legal requirements as well as market demands, and understanding the ins and outs of employment law can help employers maximise on opportunities, whilst minimising the impact of any threats.

Prettys’ specialist employment team offers commercial partners the legal expertise to do exactly that whilst delivering first-rate employment law advice regarding every aspect of remuneration and benefits. Acting as an extension of your organisation, our lawyers can help you build an environment in which talent and business can thrive.

To discuss your remuneration and benefit needs with our lawyers, contact us today on 01473 232121, complete our contact form, or send us an email at enquiry@prettys.co.uk.

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