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Redundancies and restructuring your business can be challenging and stressful, and needs to be dealt with in a sensitive manner to ensure that all employees are treated fairly, whilst maintaining the morale of the rest of the workforce. Neathouse Partners can provide you advice and guidance whether on one of our fixed-fee packages or as an ad hoc project.

Redundancies can take a heavy emotional toll on both you and your workforce, lowering morale and decreasing productivity and motivation. Even for those in your business who were not directly impacted by the redundancies, it can be a genuine blow to their ability to work to the best of their abilities.

If it is not handled correctly, the emotional blow that any kind of restructuring and redundancies inflict on your workforce can make life significantly harder for both you and everyone else in your company. In order to help the restructuring of your business go as smoothly as possible, Neathouse Partners can offer you professional guidance and redundancy advice on both an ad hoc basis and as part of one of our fixed-fee packages.

All of the work that we do is meticulously reviewed by fully qualified and experienced HR consultants & Employment Lawyers to ensure that the services we provide are up to the highest possible standard. 

What they say about us

“Neathouse Partners have been absolute life savers. They helped us with our Contracts and procedures, were there at our beck and call with invaluable advice when ever we needed them, calmed us down when things became a bit worrying and helped us with every single step along our journey. I would absolutely recommend their services for anyone looking for employment law support (oh, and the value for money is out of this world)”
Nitzan Regev
Sanders, Managing Director @ The Creative Copywriter Ltd
“Neathouse Partners provides a personalised Employment Law service, which makes it feel as if they are one of our team. Working with them is cost-effective and they are able to deliver pragmatic advice, geared towards finding real solutions. I would highly recommend.”
Gemma Meadows
Corporate Services Manager @ Engenda Group Ltd
“It has always been a great experience working with Neathouse Partners. To know that I can depend on them for solid information and assistance is very reassuring. For anyone looking help with employment related issues I couldn't recommend Neathouse Partners highly enough."
Pete Marquez
Finance Director @ IS&G Steel Stockholders Ltd

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James Rowland

James Rowland

James is the Commercial Director at Neathouse Partners. He is responsible for all Account Management, Sales & Marketing within the company. Having gained a BSc in Psychology and further study for his post-grad Law degree, James embarked on his legal career in 2014. Since then, he has become an Associate Director at a national Employment Law boutique, studied for a Masters in Marketing, and as of 2018, been a Director at Neathouse Partners. Outside of the office, James is a keen cricketer, playing very badly (he calls himself a Batsman but averages single figures) in the Cheshire League for Nantwich CC. He also loves watching his childhood football team, Crewe Alexandra, and is an avid lover of cinema (his favourite film being Pulp Fiction). Feel free to connect with James on LinkedIn.
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