Recruitment and Employment Law Specialists

Labour providers are facing uncertain trading conditions and more and more challenges than ever. JMW Solicitors LLP has an experienced team that can help you deal with them. We take into account your commercial objectives and options, providing relevant and practical advice to help you decide how best to move forwards.

The team advises businesses (including labour providers) on employment law issues, gangmaster licensing issues, and the requirements of the GLAA’s licensing standards.

We offer a cost effective service to businesses. In addition, ALP members will receive the added benefit of a discount on JMW’s normal rates.

The team is led by Paul Chamberlain who has nationally recognised expertise in the law relating to the recruitment industry. Other members of the team have also advised the sector for a number of years, and have an excellent understanding of the issues it faces.

If you are looking for advice or support, do not hesitate to get in touch with us for a no obligation chat. Please contact:

Paul Chamberlain, Head of Employment at JMW Solicitors LLP

Telephone: 0161 838 2762


Business Immigration

Our business immigration team can offer bespoke advice to help your organisation deal with complex immigration law matters. We provide expert advice and prepare your application to become an approve sponsor licence holder, help with the visa application process for workers, and help your business with compliance and your duties as a sponsor.

Employers are facing a challenge with staff retention and experiencing a shortage of skilled labour in many sectors. Our Immigration expert Arsalan Rashid, advises businesses across various sectors on the benefits of becoming an approved sponsor, and how this can help with staff retention. Arsalan offers a bespoke account manager service where he can be added as an additional Level 1 user for your licence to ensure compliance and fulfilment of your sponsor duties.


The team can offer expert advice and support to companies on the range of challenges involved in providing access to pension arrangements for employees, whether auto-enrolment, trust based or personal schemes.

Employers have an increasingly complex set of obligations to comply with when it comes to workplace pension provision. Julian Richards has 30 years’ experience of advising on all aspects of pensions law. He is able to support businesses to deal with all their pension issues, from complying with auto-enrolment duties, including keeping them up to date with changes in legislation and best practice, to assisting when they are dealing with trustees and the Pensions Regulator, as well as advising on handling employee complaints and disputes over pension matters.

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