Why Choose the Pinnacle Partnership?

We are a specialist employment law consultancy offering straightforward, professional advice and case handling to business and individuals alike.

Many legal firms attempt to offer employment law advice but often fall short, as they do not have the expertise or time to invest in this rapidly evolving area of the law.

The Pinnacle Partnership has over 20 years experience solely in Employment Law so you can be sure that your claim or business will be in safe hands to deliver the service you deserve in order to achieve the best possible outcome.

Covid-19 Job Retention Update

The Government further updated its Guidance on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Job Retention scheme once again on 30 April 2020.

What are the changes?read more

Covid-19 Bulletin Update

The Government has announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme or Furlough Scheme will be extended for four months, until the end of October 2020.

Previously, it was in place until the end of June 2020 read more

Covid-19 Bulletins

Important information for Employers and Employees

The Government has now announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is to be extended until 30th June 2020 after having originally scheduled to end on 31st May 2020.read more

Coronavirus Job Retention & Furlough Leave

TREASURY DIRECTION – HMRC
The Treasury has issued a Direction to HMRC under powers issued by the Coronavirus Act 2020 to make the relevant payments due under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. This will be the definitive guide on how the Job Retention Scheme works.read more

Different Pay for Men on Shared Parental Leave

Many employers consider enhanced payments for employees taking maternity leave to bridge what can be significant gaps between Statutory Maternity Pay but is it legal to not trickle this down to male employees sharing child care responsibilities by taking shared parental leave?read more

GDPR : Data Protection Revisited

WHAT IS IT AND WHEN IS IT COMING?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), agreed by the European Parliament and Council in April 2016, will replace the Data Protection Directive 95/46/ec in Spring 2018 as the law regulating how companies must protect EU citizens’ personal data.read more