Employment Law for Employees

Find out how we can help you with employment issues.

Did you know that the maximum compensation for unfair dismissal is now potentially over £75,000 and employees are entitled to make a claim of unfair dismissal within the Employment Tribunal after 2 full years of continuous employment? Alternatively a claim can be brought in the county or high court for wrongful dismissal (breach of contract) where there is no qualifying spend.

Have you been made redundant, unfairly dismissed or forced out by your employer? Strange as it might seem, your rights might not always be as obvious as you might think. The above time limits within the employment tribunal may not apply to other complaints such as discrimination upon which our team can advise you further. 

Our specialist employment team provides expert employment law advice for employees. We advise and explain, in plain, straightforward English, what your employment law rights are and how you can use them to your advantage. We specialise in giving sensible, timely, practical employment law advice when you need it to help you choose the best course of action going forward.

Our team's practice is to apply their extensive knowledge, skills and experience in giving employment law advice to help resolve the specific issues which you are facing and provide as much or as little help as you require. We recognise that there are various complexities in any employment situation and will analyse the issues and tailor our employment law advice and service to make suitable recommendation for you. Dependent upon the situation, options may involve legal processes or a solution designed to avoid legal conflict e.g. some kind of mediation.

There are usually several routes to finding a solution and our employment law advice team prefer to explore these with you before choosing a solution.  We aim to ensure that you are comfortable with any specific course of action and that it is the best option to achieve your objectives. If we believe that your objectives are unobtainable or unreasonable, we will say so.

Our employment team provide practical employment law advice on all Employment Law issues including:-

So, if you’re looking for employment law advice or if you think you need our help, then contact our team before you do something you might regret!

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