Disputes in the workplace can take many forms, and each needs to be handled with sensitivity and care, and on its own merits. Personal feelings often run high, and the results of such disputes can be life-changing and profound. This is why you need expert solicitors to help and guide you through this stressful situation in a timely and cost-efficient manner.As an employee, do you know your rights in the workplace? Do you have a contract of employment? Have you been the victim of discrimination, bullying or harassment at the workplace? If you need advice or help on these, or any other employment issue, give us a call now.
We offer advice and service in the following areas:
- Contracts of Employment
- Unfair Dismissal Claims
- Wrongful Dismissal Claims
- Constructive Dismissal Claims
- Redundancy matters and Employee Rights
- Settlement Agreements
- Victimisation, Bullying and Harassment at work
- Discrimination at work
- Whistleblowing problems
- Advice on Disciplinary and grievance matters
- Representation at Professional Disciplinary hearings Representation at Employment Tribunals
Employment Law service fees
We always endeavour to be clear and open with each client about our fees and our methods of charging at the outset of each matter. Our fees and charging modalities are usually based on our assessment of the peculiar facts and circumstances of your case as well as your specific requirements. We will not charge you for listening to your story and taking information from you about the matter. We will be able to provide you with a reasonable estimate of the likely costs of conducting your matter after we have been able to assess your matter in detail.
For claimants, in appropriate cases, we may be able to conduct your case on a “no win, no fee” basis, where we take a percentage of the damages awarded to you.
We will discuss this with you in detail before commencement of work, so you are not left in doubt in any way about the costs you are likely to meet.
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