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Unfair Dismissal Solicitors
Employers have a responsibility to ensure employees are treated fairly. If a member of staff is dismissed, it needs to be done following the correct procedures and in-line with the law.
Whether you’re an individual or a business, our unfair dismissal solicitors work with you to ensure you get the expert guidance and support you need. We will make sure that all dismissals follow the right procedures and are legal, for your peace of mind.
If you need the support of unfair dismissal solicitors call us on 01484 599 888 for your FREE and confidential consultation
It is the responsibility of the employer when dismissing an employee to ensure it is considered ‘fair’ and complies with the Employment Rights Act 1996. This means there are procedures and policies that need to be in place to make sure that an employee is dismissed for the right reasons and it’s not considered an act of direct or indirect discrimination.
Our expert solicitors will help you prevent the expense of tribunals and court proceedings by working with you on a consultancy basis. We will ensure your disciplinary procedures give you the best possible protection from the unnecessary stress and expense of tribunals.
Our comprehensive services for businesses include:
- Ongoing consultancy
- Disciplinary procedures review and drafting
- Policy drafting
- Expert mediation
- Defence in tribunals
If you feel that you have an unfair dismissal case and you have worked for your employer for 2 years or more, you could be entitled to take legal action against your former employer.
Our specialist unfair dismissal solicitors will offer you expert guidance and support for your individual case. We will help you remove the worry and stress of taking a case to tribunal and fight for the best possible outcome on your behalf.
Typical unfair dismissal cases where you may have an unfair dismissal claim include:
- Asserting a statutory employment right (e.g. rest breaks, holiday pay);
- Union activities;
- Dismissal as part of a business transfer;
- In connection with health
If you have been employed for less than 2 years, there are circumstances where you could still make an unfair dismissal claim, so it’s important to speak to a specialist unfair dismissal solicitor to get free and impartial advice about your individual case.
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