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About Aggie Salt
Aggie is experienced in advising employers and employees in a broad range of employment matters, including disciplinary and grievance procedures, sickness absence, redundancies along with restructurings, and TUPE transfers. She has been involved in corporate support of large acquisitions and disposals of private companies and advised clients tribunal claims, including unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, discrimination and unlawful deduction of wages.
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