David Coombs, Chief Financial Officer, Online Direct Ltd

I have always found Fitchett & Co to be commercial, professional, practical, insightful and extremely responsive to any employment law needs that we have. Expert advice that you can put into practice. I would highly recommend them.

Dianne France, Director of Legal and Business Affairs, NEP Visions Limited

We have used Fitchett and Co for employment law advice for over 7 years. They are highly experienced employment law specialists providing comprehensive and expert advice. Reliable and responsive I would not hesitate to recommend them. You will receive a detailed and honest assessment of your case, which means that you will be able to make decisions confident in the knowledge that those decisions will be formed by reliance on expert legal advice – with an eye on commercial considerations. Genuine Employment Law Specialists!

Andrew McLean, General Counsel and Company Secretary, ProStrakan Plc

I have always found Fitchett & Co to be thoroughly professional, expert in the field and commercially pragmatic and would not hesitate to recommend them for any employment related matters.

Michael Deann-Valentine LL.B FCCA, Company Secretary and General Manager, Toyota Tsusho U.K. Ltd

We have always found Fitchett & Co to be very responsive, professional and ethical. They have always displayed an outstanding level of expertise in employment matters and we would not hesitate to recommend them to other employers.

Welcome to

Fitchett & Co,

Solicitors
Employment Law Specialists

A market-leading boutique law firm specialising in Employment Law

Fitchett & Co is a specialist firm of Solicitors. This firm of Employment Lawyers is a market-leading boutique law firm specialising in Employment Law, being one of the very few firms in London and the South East that practices only in this field.

As such the firm deals with issues such as Unfair Dismissal, Settlement Agreements, Redundancy, Sex Discriminations, Sexual Harassment, Disability Discrimination, Wrongful Dismissal, Restrictive Covenants and so on. This involves an Employment Solicitor advising and sometimes ultimately attending in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal, County Court or High Court.

Fichett & Co practices only in this field based in Guildford in Surrey but advises clients that are local, national and international.

The firm has a very high record of success in all matters taken through to conclusion in either Court or the Employment Tribunal for both employers and employees alike.

The practice is conveniently situated on the Business Park next to the A3 just outside Guildford town centre and benefits from its own large car park, providing free parking to Clients.

Over the last 30 years we’ve established an unprecedented track record within the field, dealing with matters such as Unfair Dismissal, Redundancy, Discrimination, Restrictive Covenants and the
like. An experienced qualified specialist Employment Law Solicitor will assist both employers and employees in all aspects of this work.

Awards - Best Employment Solicitors Firm

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The Department for Work and Pensions has lost more employment tribunals for disability discrimination than any other employer in Britain since 2016. https://t.co/7ZZPgvrhIq #solicitor #employmentlaw
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- September 14, 2021

Covid working from home has caused an “epidemic of hidden overtime” that particularly affects women, leading to a need for new “right to disconnect” laws, according to a report from Autonomy thinktank. #employmentlaw #Employment https://t.co/V5lJIJTKv9
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- May 21, 2020

The Department for Work and Pensions has lost more employment tribunals for disability discrimination than any other employer in Britain since 2016. https://t.co/7ZZPgvrhIq #solicitor #employmentlaw
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- December 9, 2019

What happens at the Christmas party does not always stay at the Christmas party. #employmentlaw #employment #christmasparty https://t.co/ialXYF4vEl
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- November 4, 2019

Jobcentre Plus employees have been advised to tell people looking for work to hide mental health issues with terms such as “low mood”. #employmentsolicitor #employmentlaw #Employment https://t.co/Si5bBYjZDA https://t.co/XAxycEw5mx
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