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Employment Disputes

Unfortunately, disputes between employers and employees can arise at any time. It can cause stress, loss of income and even damage to your reputation. Monarch Solicitors can offer specialist guidance and support from start to finish.

Many disputes can be resolved without the need to go to the Employment Tribunal or court, and our specialist solicitors can support you in:

  • Raising a grievance with your employer
  • Preparing for and attending conciliation – a mandatory process before a dispute can be taken to the Employment Tribunal
  • Representation at the Employment Tribunal
  • Appeals to the County Court and High Court

Types of Disputes

There are many different types of disputes that can arise at work. No matter the problem, our team can give you support and advice, and we cover:

  • Unfair, constructive and wrongful dismissal
  • Grievances & disciplinary proceedings
  • Worker status
  • Maternity issues
  • Allegations of poor performance
  • Bullying and harassment
  • Misconduct allegations
  • Non-payment of wages
  • Breach of contract
  • Whistleblowing
  • Redundancy
  • Pay, bonus and rewards
  • Dealing with regulatory investigations
  • Restrictive covenants

Whilst we aim to resolve disputes quickly and amicably, helping to preserve your relationship with your employer, sometime that becomes impossible. In that event, we can provide representation a any Employment Tribunal and even help you negotiate a severance package that will help you move on easily and without stress.

To speak to one of our specialist solicitors, who understand the difficulties you may be facing, call us on 0161 820 8888 or 0207 592 0806.

Employers

Monarch Solicitors can provide support for employers in dealing with disputes against them.

We also offer support for a wide-range of other support for employers, such as:

  • Contracts of employment
  • Policy and procedures
  • Redundancy
  • Contracts of employment
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Boardroom disputes
  • Statutory Sick Pay

If you are an employer and wish to ensure your business is compliant with employment law, call us on 0161 820 8888 or 0207 592 0806.

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Most frequent questions and answers

Since 6 April 2011, dismissing an employee solely on the basis that they have reached the age of 65 is no longer a fair reason for dismissal.  However, employers may be able to use a default retirement age providing that it can be objectively justified.

Flexible working is a change in working pattern from the employees normal working hours.  It can include part-time work, reduced hours, later or earlier start or finish times, compressed hours or annualised hours. Any employee with more than 26 weeks’ continuous service has the right to request a flexible working arrangement and the employer is under an obligation to properly consider that request fairly and within a reasonable timescale.  

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