Employment Disputes Services
Leading Employment Law solicitors in Manchester and London
Problems in the workplace are undoubtably stressful, regardless of your position or current circumstances. Not only do our employment law solicitors understand your legal position, they also understand the impact workplace problems can have on every part of your life. Our solicitors will work tirelessly on your behalf to find you a beneficial solution as quickly as possible.
What issues can our employment solicitors help you with?
Our employment solicitors are experienced in a whole range of employment issues. Our range of employment services include the following:
- Unfair dismissal
- Constructive dismissal
- Garden Leave
- Maternity and Family rights
- Unpaid wages
- Equal Pay
- Bullying and harassment
- Settlement agreements
- Restrictive covenants
How can Monarch Solicitors employment law solicitors help?
Our specialist employment law solicitors have decades of experience dealing with all aspects of employment law issues and helping the general public with their employment rights. They are well equipped to deal with a whole manner of different cases no matter how big or small.
Our team have had great success negotiating settlement offers, taking claims to the Employment Tribunal, and many more. Every person we represent receives the same high quality of treatment and personal service.
Contact our team of employment lawyers today
Whatever your issue our employment solicitors are here to help and can offer experienced employment law advice.
Call us on 0330 127 8888 for an initial consultation. Or email us on [email protected] and one of our team will get back to you.
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In Employment Tribunal proceedings, the general rule is that each party is responsible for paying their own legal costs. The Tribunal only has power to award costs in exceptional circumstances, for example, where the Tribunal considers one party has acted unreasonably in pursuing or conducting their case. Unfortunately, there is no public funding or legal aid available for representation at Tribunal hearings. However, many people have legal expenses insurance cover for employment disputes, tucked away in the small print of their household or motor insurance policies or credit card terms.
Whistleblowing relates to an employee revealing information or facts which is usually to the disadvantage of their employer. Workers are protected from losing their job or suffering any damage as a result of a qualifying disclosure. If an employee is dismissed for making a protected disclosure, they will be able to make a claim for unfair dismissal.
A collective redundancy is when 20 or more employees are made redundant within a 90 day period, but the employers must consult with representatives of the affected employees.
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