Employees have extensive rights within the workplace and in the event difficulties arise with your employer, our multi-award winning team of employment law specialists will help you find the best solution to resolve any issues during an initial free consultation.
Employment disputes of any nature can be stressful and upsetting and we understand that when facing a difficult situation with your employer you will likely be distraught and require urgent advice. Whether you are still in employment or have left, we can assist you with issues such as:
Our initial free employment law advice will cover the assessment of your case or query, usually by video call, telephone or email, and will set out clear options for you to consider, including any potential areas of an Employment Tribunal claim.
Any information that you provide will be treated in the strictest confidence.
Our specialist employment law team can advise on a full range of employment issues including unfair dismissal, redundancy, settlement agreements, discrimination and contractual disputes. Contact us on 0800 612 4772 or use the button below to book a free consultation with one of our employment law specialists.
If having considered your case we advise you that you should take further action, for example taking your employer to an Employment Tribunal, we will be able to provide you with full legal representation, including representation during the mandatory Acas Early Conciliation procedure and at the Employment Tribunal, all on a fixed fee basis.
We will guide you every step of the way from consultation to the final outcome and can also agree with you a flexible payment schedule to enable you to spread payments over a fixed number of months to limit your upfront expenses.
Don’t delay! You should note that you only have 3 months less one day from the date of termination of your employment (or from the last act of any discrimination) in which to commence the tribunal process by lodging your claim with ACAS. This is simply a necessary procedural step, and the tribunal can only extend the time to issue in exceptional circumstances, otherwise you will be time barred. It is therefore recommended that you see professional advice as soon as possible.