Employment Law for Employees
Employers have a range of rights and obligations when it comes to employment. At Burt Brill & Cardens, we understand how to help you minimise the difficulties that can arise at work; providing expert law advice to employees.
If you are experiencing difficulties at work, or would like advice on your legal position, contact us for expert employment law advice for employees.
If you are an employee under a written contract, a consultant, or have no contract in writing, we can help.
Our legal services for employees includes:
- Discrimination on grounds of sex, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity leave, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief and age.
- Families and pregnancy
- Grievances, performance or disciplinary issues.
- Restrictive covenants.
- Settlement agreements.
- Unfair dismissal including constructive, breach of contract and wrongful dismissal.
- Victimisation or harassment.
- Working time and holiday pay
Our employee law advice is both personal and attentive. We guarantee a response within 24 hours to both prospective and existing clients and pride ourselves on a professional and expert service.
Burt Brill & Cardens will provide you with a full rundown and transparency of costs before starting work – analysing your legal position fully and reporting on the options available. There will of course be a range of benefits, risks, and liabilities associated with exercising the option you choose but we can ensure that you are fully informed guided by our expert team.
Should your case become contentious, our ability to negotiate and mediate in highly emotive situations enables us to achieve the best results by agreeing terms of settlement with your employer.
Our team also has experience of tribunals and courts at all levels, so should you wish to take your employer to the Employment Tribunal court, you will be well looked after and guided by us. Our strategic awareness, tough approach and commitment enable us to protect your interests and obtain the compensation or remedy you deserve.
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