You may have to take advice from an employment lawyer at some point in your career. This may be before starting a new job, while working or when you leave.
Your rights in the workplace may vary depending on your employment contract and the type of job you have, so it’s important to know which rights apply to you.
Understanding your employment rights, and knowing if they are being breached, is the best way to ensure that you are being treated fairly at work.
When you are offered a job, you have a unique opportunity to negotiate the terms of your employment. Successful negotiation can put you in a much better position during your employment and importantly when it comes to an end.
During your career you may experience problems with the behaviour of your co-workers, managers or supervisors. If you feel you are not being treated fairly at work there are a number of steps you can take to try to resolve matters before the situation gets worse.
We can assist with informal discussions with your employer and advise you on how to deal with the formal procedures put in place by your employer.
Whether you’re leaving a job on good terms or bad, we can provide all the advice you will need about dismissal, redundancy, negotiating settlement discussions and if needs be, progressing to an Employment Tribunal.