Our highly experienced team are on hand to explain your rights in the work place
Employment law is complicated, and few people have a clear idea of all their rights at work. If you think you have been treated unfairly, it is important to get legal advice at the earliest opportunity.
In nearly all cases there are steps you must follow before you can take a complaint to an employment tribunal. In addition there are specific and tight deadlines for making such complaints. Generally, the longer you leave a problem, the fewer options you may have.
Once we have discussed your circumstances in detail, we will explain to you your options. If we believe you have a case and you want to take it further, we will help you decide on how we are going to do this.
Your Rights in the Work Place | What we do
Our business legal team will help with the following.
- Explain your options.
- Tell you if you have a legal case against your employer.
- Help you decide whether your case is worth taking further.
- Explain what you should do next.
You may need to try to rectify the matter with your employer directly before taking any other action. We can help you set out your case. You may wish to carry out negotiations directly with your employer. If so, we can offer useful advice on how best to go about doing this. Where appropriate, we will try to negotiate a settlement for you.
If you cannot solve the problem quickly, an employment tribunal may be your best option. Consequently, we can help you by preparing your case or representing you at the tribunal.