Work is a huge part of your life that impacts everything that you do.
Whatever stage of your life you are in, whether you are starting out, thinking of retirement or somewhere in-between – your employment rights are something to be respected and preserved.
If you suspect that they may have been violated, we recommend that you seek legal advice as soon as possible.
Do you have an employment law claim?
There are many reasons that you might make an employment law claim. Although no two cases are the same, we find that the myriad of rules and regulations make maintaining an absolute harmonious Employer & Employee relationship prone to break down all too often. Additionally, because of this you may find yourself eligible for a claim relating to any of the following reasons:
- Disciplinary Action
- Employment Tribunals
- Health and Safety
- Equal Pay
- Workplace Discrimination (due to sex, religion, age, ethnicity, etc)
- Workplace Harassment
- Unfair Dismissal and Redundancy
- Violation of Contract (including Zero-Hour Contracts)
- Holiday Pay Entitlement
This list is not exhaustive and if you would like to discuss making a claim for different reasons, we encourage you to get in touch.
We often find that, during our initial consultations, we are able to identify more reasons for a claim than our clients first realise. By consulting with our employment law solicitors we will be able to offer you tailored legal advice for your current position and give guidance on your available next steps.
Talk to an Employment Law Solicitor
Whatever the nature of your employment law case, we will work with you to provide expert legal advice at every step of the journey.
From our initial consultation, we will identify whether you have a case, determine if it is worth proceeding and negotiate your settlement following the successful claim.
To take the first steps in making your employment law claim, call our team today on 0808 252 8472 or complete the form below.
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