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Rebecca McCollum

Associate

T: 01793 847 721 (DDI)
T: 01793 847 777
E: rebecca.mccollum@roydswithyking.com

Rebecca is an associate in our Employment & HR team, based in our Swindon office.



About Rebecca

Rebecca is an experienced employment lawyer with more than 10 years’ experience advising clients on all aspects of employment law and HR matters.

Rebecca has gained a wealth of experience advising clients across a range of business sectors on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment law. She also manages employment disputes in the Employment Tribunal.

Rebecca’s experience includes:

  • unfair dismissal
  • wrongful dismissal
  • performance and absence management
  • discrimination
  • bullying and harassment
  • business restructuring and redundancies
  • TUPE (business transfers and outsourcing)
  • individual and collective consultations
  • settlement agreements and exit packages
  • restrictive covenants and seeking / defending injunctions.

Rebecca also has experience providing bespoke practical and interactive in-house training to clients and their existing and /or newly appointed managers and supervisors on employment law issues.

Work highlights

  • advising a client on the employment aspects of outsourcing its distribution and part of its warehousing function.
  • advising a client on the employment aspects of a business restructure and redundancies, including a site closure and business relocation.
  • successfully bringing a discrimination claim against a public sector employer listed for a 5 day hearing in the Employment Tribunal.

Memberships

The Employment Lawyers Association.

Interests

Outside of work, Rebecca enjoys travelling, outdoor pursuits and is a keen cyclist.

I enjoy the role I play in helping clients make sense of the law in complex employment situations, by taking a proactive commercial and strategic approach to the advice I give.

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