Employment Law for Employees
The law relating to employment is complex, as an employee you need to be aware of your rights.
You could be the victim of unfair dismissal if;
- Your employer does not have a good reason for dismissing you or;
- Your employer does not follow the company’s formal disciplinary or dismissal process
If you believe you have been the victim of unfair dismissal then our expert team can help.
We pride ourselves on our honest, thoughtful, pragmatic approach. Unfair dismissal is an unpleasant process to go through and we will work with you to minimise the stress and ensure your employment rights are adhered to.
We will look at the steps we need to work through to identify an unfair dismissal and we will also look at the reasons for the dismissal and whether there is any argument that the dismissal was automatically unfair.
We will advise you honestly and clearly about the prospects of success and the options available.
Our team are able to represent you at an employment tribunal and, should it be necessary we will discuss with you your rights and what you can expect to happen at the tribunal.
Our team also has extensive experience dealing with discrimination cases.
Under the Equality Act 2010 it is against the law to discriminate against anyone in the workplace on the basis of eight grounds, including sex and age.
If you believe you have been the victim of discrimination at work we can provide you with advice and representation.
Our team are experienced and profession and our services are completely confidential.
Discrimination cases can often be distressing and stressful and we can offer you an emphatic tailored service to suit your needs and protect your interests.