We help you understand and exercise your rights to achieve the best possible outcome.
Performance improvement plans
Sickness absence (long term & short term)
Grievances (making a complaint about a work-related matter)
Exit strategies and severance packages
Restructure or reorganisation
Contracts of employment
Zero hour contracts
Part-time staff rights
Fixed-term staff rights
Non-Compete clauses & Post-employment Restrictive Covenants
How to make a claim to an Employment Tribunal
Discrimination: Age, sex, pregnancy & maternity, disability, race, sexual orientation, religion and belief, marital status & civil partnership and gender reassignment.
Wages (including bonuses and commission)
Wage disputes (including bonuses and commission)
Holiday and holiday pay
Working hours and rest breaks
Breach of contract
Employment Tribunal proceedings (Litigation)
Schedule of Loss
Without prejudice conversations
Family-friendly rights leave & pay: Pregnancy and maternity, Flexible Working, time off for ante-natal appointments & family emergencies, Shared Parental Leave & Pay
Time off work (rights and pay)
Workers (including Bank and casual workers)
Self-employed Contractors and Consultants
It may be possible to offer you an initial fixed fee interview. The fee will include a consultation, to discuss your case, review paperwork that you provide and confirm our advice in writing. The purpose of the interview will be to discuss your case and to advise you on the likelihood of a successful outcome and a costs estimate for any further work. Whether this can be offered depends on the circumstances of your case and the volume of paper that needs to be looked at.
If you are a Union member, your Union may fund your case. You should contact your Union representative for further information including their eligibility criteria.
Unfortunately, we do not offer Legal Aid. You can contact the Law Society if you need a solicitor who does have a Legal Aid franchise for employment matters. The website link is: www.lawsociety.org.uk/contactus.law
Unfortunately, we do not take on No win, No fee cases.