Employment Disputes

Our Employment Law team offer advice, assistance and representation on behalf of both employers and employees in a wide variety of areas, including:

  • unfair dismissal
  • wrongful dismissal
  • redundancy
  • workplace discrimination
  • harassment
  • sickness
  • absence
  • grievances
  • compromise agreements
  • employment tribunal litigation, mediation and dispute resolution
  • employment contracts and service agreements
If you require assistance and advice on any Employment related matter, you can contact us on Freephone 0333 800 0033.

Employment Law issues can be extremely time-consuming and disruptive for employers, who need to do everything in their power to make sure to avoid them at all costs. For employees, however, they’re very often much more serious than mere inconvenience and can have a devastating impact on an individual’s life.

If you’re an employee and you feel that you’ve been treated unfairly or discriminated against, our expert employment solicitors can very quickly supply you with all the legal guidance and advice you need to be able to deal with the situation or, if necessary, take on your case and formally challenge your employer in an Employment Tribunal.

In short, our highly experienced team is here to provide you with quality, cost-effective advice on whatever aspect of Employment Law is affecting you.

We offer fixed fee services for Employment.

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