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Employment Dispute

Our employment solicitors have the expertise to help resolve a wide range of workplace disputes. We act for both employers and employees seeking advice and our team can assist wherever you are based.
Employment Dispute

Employement Law in UK

Employment law is constantly changing and so it is vital that you have a team of experts on your side.

We believe in equality and best practice in the workplace. Our advice covers all aspects of employment law including contracts, policies, restructures, redundancies, disciplinaries, grievances, settlement agreements and tribunal representation.

It is always advisable to seek an early resolution to a dispute before things worsen and end up costing you more in both time and expense. Our employment solicitors are on hand to assist you with any employment related dispute that may arise in the workplace.

  • Agreeing on redundancy terms
  • Discrimination in the workplace
  • Unfair dismissal claims
  • Negotiating settlement agreements and severance terms
  • Dealing with disciplinary and grievance procedures
  • Issues surrounding contracts of employment
  • Whistleblowing

Employment law is constantly changing and so it is vital that you have a team of experts on your side.

We believe in equality and best practice in the workplace. Our advice covers all aspects of employment law including contracts, policies, restructures, redundancies, disciplinaries, grievances, settlement agreements and tribunal representation.

It is always advisable to seek an early resolution to a dispute before things worsen and end up costing you more in both time and expense. Our employment solicitors are on hand to assist you with any employment related dispute that may arise in the workplace.

Employment Law

The most common areas where we provide advice and expertise on are:

  • Agreeing on redundancy terms
  • Discrimination in the workplace
  • Unfair dismissal claims
  • Negotiating settlement agreements and severance terms
  • Dealing with disciplinary and grievance procedures
  • Issues surrounding contracts of employment
  • Whistleblowing
Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Got a Question? We’re here to answer. If you don’t find your question below, contact us now.
What is a settlement agreement?

A settlement agreement is a legally binding contract made between an employer and an employee. It is usually entered into at the termination of employment and sets out the full terms between the parties.

In its simplest form, a settlement agreement will provide for a severance payment by the employer in return for your agreement not to pursue any claims in a tribunal or court.

To be legally binding you will need to take independent legal advice on the document. We can review the document and sign it off for you.

Our specialist employment solicitors will advise you on the merits of your matter, if a settlement agreement is suitable and the amount of money you may receive at an Employment Tribunal, should it be advisable to seek a legal remedy.

How can I raise a grievance?
Grievances are concerns, problems, or complaints that an employee raises with their employer. There is no legally binding process that you or your employer must follow when raising or handling a grievance at work. However, there are some principles that should observed, starting with attempting to talk to your employer informally and then following the formal grievance policy if this fails. If your employer does not have a formal procedure, please call us to discuss the steps you should take.
Why choose us

Why Choose Us?

Our solicitors are experts in employment dispute claims and so are ideally positioned to help you resolve a workplace dispute.
We have helped many individuals and employers across the country through the
sensitive process of handling an employment dispute.

Contact us as you like!

People rely on us, and we pride ourselves on our client-centered advocacy and representation.
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