Breesha is an Associate in the Employment team.

Breesha advises on all aspects of employment law including acting for employers in defending Employment Tribunal claims, assisting with disciplinary and grievance matters, preparing and advising upon settlement agreements, advising upon redundancies (including collective redundancies) and supporting on corporate transactions with any employment law aspects on the acquisitions or sales of businesses.

She also regularly presents training sessions to clients on a number of topics including legislation/case law updates, sickness absence, grievances and disciplinary proceedings. Breesha always strives to provide her clients with clear, no-nonsense advice which is commercially astute.

Breesha works with clients based across the whole of the UK and who operate across a variety of different sectors including retail and consumer, healthcare, manufacturing and financial services.

The majority of Breesha’s clients are employers but they vary from SMEs to large household name corporates with several thousand employees. She works across a number of different sectors including retail and consumer, healthcare, manufacturing and financial services.

Examples of how Breesha has supported clients include:

  • successfully defending various Employment Tribunal claims including claims of disability discrimination, unfair dismissal and whistleblowing for a large national pharmacy chain;
  • carrying out a sensitive and confidential investigation for a multinational client into historic allegations of discrimination in the workplace;
  • assisting in the delivery of advice to employees involved in a mass settlement agreement process involving thousands of individuals employed in the travel industry;
  • delivering a bespoke training sessions to the HR team and line managers of a household name client on equality, disciplinary and grievances, absence management, performance management and recruitment; and
  • successfully defending an Employment Appeal Tribunal claim in relation to the extent of an employer’s disclosure duties.