• I am a specialist employment lawyer with experience of advising a broad range of clients on both contentious and non-contentious issues.

    I support employers with all aspects of employment law. This includes drafting and reviewing employment contracts, service agreements, and policies and procedures, assisting with redundancy processes, supporting clients with commercial settlements, and defending Employment Tribunal proceedings. I also advise employers on a range of day-to-day employment law and HR queries such as handling disciplinary and grievance processes and performance management.

    I have extensive experience of delivering training to clients on a wide range of employment law topics, including managing sickness absence and conducting investigations.

    I offer practical and commercial advice in order to help clients achieve their end goal whilst managing risk. I get a great sense of satisfaction by facilitating a business to move forwards.

    We have worked with Michelle Wooding for several years and have found her support and advice to be of the highest quality. We feel that she talks to us in practical terms that we can understand rather than everything in long, legal terms and references.

    Legal 500, 2022

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