Employment Law Sectors

Facilities Management

Welcome to the web page dedicated to businesses in the Facilities Management sector, which concentrates on security, maintenance and cleaning organisations.

On this page you can find information about the law affecting businesses in this sector, read articles on relevant employment law and find out details of our workshops and seminars at which you will be able to watch presentations given by our team and meet other individuals working in the sector.

If you would like more details of the Facilities Management team or would like to attend an event please call us on 03702 188 990 or email us at [email protected].

We would be pleased to here from you if you think you have any information which is relevant to the law in this sector and you think would be useful to others working in this sector.

Top Concerns in the Facilities Management Sector

  • Pay issues, including the National Minimum Wage and holiday pay; 
  • Working time, including rest breaks under the Working Time Regulations and related health and safety matters;
  • Disciplinary and grievance issues;
  • Transfers under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protections of Employment) Regulations 2006. 

Latest Articles

Read our article on the judgement of the EAT in Hughes v Corps of Commissionaires Management Ltd.

Events Calendar

Call us on 03702 188 990 for details of upcoming events.

Meet the Team

The Facilities Management team is a group of solicitors within Thomas Mansfield who have a particular interest in working for clients in the Facilities Management sector.

The team meets on a regular basis to discuss updates and issues arising in the Facilities Management sector and to share knowledge and information.

Team Members

Jonathan Mansfield

Jonathan is one of the founding partners of Thomas Mansfield. He has extensive experience in the facilities management sector. He regularly advises an international security company on all aspects of employment law as it affects their business including TUPE, the Working Time Regulations, discrimination and disciplinary situations.