Everyone deserves to be treated fairly at work but, from time to time, things can go wrong. Workplace relationships may break down or perhaps you face the risk of losing your job. If you’re involved in a disagreement at work, it’s good to know there is someone you can turn to for advice.
Our employment law solicitors are here to help you deal with a wide range of employment issues and provide advice on everything from employment contracts to unfair dismissal. You can talk to us in confidence and gain reassurance from speaking to someone who understands your situation.
When you’re facing difficulties at work, it’s natural to have lots of questions and to be concerned about your job security. Using our in-depth knowledge of employment law, we will describe all of your options clearly and simply. We’ll explain what rights you have as an employee and help you plan the best route forward to manage your particular situation.
- Our expert team can advice on matters relating to:
- Contracts of employment
- Discrimination at work
- Unfair & wrongful dismissal
- Grievance and disciplinary procedures
- Settlement agreements
- Unlawful deductions
If you’re worried about the cost of using an employment solicitor, don’t be. We offer competitive and transparent fixed rates so that you know how much the advice will cost you up front. We are also able to offer flexible payment plans to ease the financial burden.
If you have an employment query contact us today on 0800 387 927.
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