Our Bristol employment law solicitors can act for both employers and employees in all aspects of employment law.
You may need to act quickly and not delay in getting advice. Our solicitors have offices throughout Bristol where you can meet our employment law solicitors at a time that’s convenient to you. Or you can meet at our head office in Yate, Bristol.
Depending on the type of claim, there are different time limits in which the claim should be issued. If you do not start your claim within the time limit you are at risk of having any claim struck out and therefore losing your case.
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Our employment law solicitors can advise and talk to you about any type of claim or employment related issue.
Below are listed just a few examples of the Employment Law services we provide:
A settlement agreement is a signed contact between an employee and employer used in certain situations when employment ends.
Our employment solicitors have the experience to advise fully on settlement agreements should you find yourself needing to take independent legal advice in relation to the termination of your employment.
If your employer gives you a settlement agreement when your employment ends, they would be expected to contribute towards your legal costs. The contribution will in most cases be sufficient to pay the legal costs associated with the settlement agreement.
Redundancy is a form of dismissal. If the process was not fair this can be deemed an unfair dismissal. If you think that you were selected because of your age, gender, sexual orientation, disability or pregnancy, or because of any other unfair reason, you could have a claim for unfair dismissal and / or discrimination.
If you are forced to resign and have no other option because your employer’s behaviour has become intolerable and unbearable you may be able to claim constructive dismissal.
This does not mean that if you do not like your job or working conditions you can simply resign and claim constructive dismissal against your employer.
If you are having problems at work or feel pressured into resigning call our employment law solicitors first.
If you are an employer considering dismissing an employee, or an employee facing a dismissal, there are rules and procedures for handling disciplinary procedures and dismissals of which you should be aware.
Discrimination / victimisation / harassment
Are you in fear for your personal safety at work, being bullied, or the subject of harassment? Do you think you have been the victim of discrimination by reason of your age, gender, sexual orientation, disability or pregnancy?
Bullying and harassment is behaviour that makes you feel intimidated or offended.
Dealing with this quickly and effectively but in the correct way can save you the stress and the work related problems this could cause if you ignore the matter.