Employment Solicitors

Problems at work can make life miserable. Our specialist employment lawyers will approach the issue you are facing with your personal circumstances in mind. The employment advice you receive will be practical, clear and honest, making it easier for you to make difficult decisions about your future.

From your first contact with us, one of our specialist employment law solicitors will discuss with you what you hope to achieve, whether your objective is realistic, how they might be able to help and if the costs are likely to be worthwhile. 

Once you make the decision to work with us, your solicitor will agree objectives with you and, relying on their expert knowledge and experience, progress your case in a way which gives you the best chance of achieving those objectives as quickly as possible.

As an employee, there are various issues and queries that arise at work. Examples of the areas we can assist with are below.

  • Independent legal advice on a settlement agreement, which is sometimes known as a compromise agreement
  • Review and advice on a new contract of employment or terms of employment
  • Advice and assistance with raising a grievance
  • Advice and assistance defending disciplinary allegations
  • Advice and assistance about sick pay, sickness absence or ill-health
  • Advice and guidance about responding to being placed at risk of being made redundant
  • Advice and guidance about redundancy and being made redundant
  • Advice and assistance with an employment tribunal claim
  • Discrimination
  • Whistleblowing
  • Breach of contract

If your issue or query is not listed, get in touch and we will tell you if we can help.

Why choose our specialist employment law solicitors? 

Our employment law solicitors are well respected and have a strong reputation. Their advice is commercial and pragmatic, whilst taking into account the legalities. 

Your solicitor will:

  • always have your personal circumstances and objectives in mind
  • work with you to resolve your issue as quickly as possible, on the best possible terms
  • work with you in a way which suits you best and which meets your budget, knowledge and confidence
  • discuss costs with you which can include fixed, capped fee and 'no win-no fee' arrangements in appropriate cases, legal expenses insurance and whether your employer might pay some or all of your fees. Click to find details about possible costs for Employment Tribunal cases.

Contact our employment lawyers

Whatever your requirements, we are happy to have a short initial discussion with you about your particular issue and how we might be able to help. There is no cost for an initial chat, but please note we are not able to provide advice to you until you instruct us as a client. 

Remember, in certain cases, time limits apply for taking action, so don’t hesitate to get in touch.

 

 

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