Employment law and rights are often confusing for employees because of frequent changes. Up-to-date advice from our employment lawyers will help you understand your rights as an employee.
We pride ourselves on our friendly, approachable way of working – one that our established clients have come to appreciate and find very reassuring. We provide a fast and convenient service and welcome meetings over the telephone or via Skype.
The team is headed by Michael Scutt who has in depth experience of acting for claimants and respondents/defendents in the High Court, County Courts and Employment Tribunals. He is a member of the Employment Lawyers’ Association.
Meet our Employment team
Our Employment Services
We regularly advise employees on the terms and effect of settlement agreements being offered to them, as their “independent legal adviser” via an appointment at our offices or by phone or Skype.
If you find yourself in a redundancy situation at work and are unsure of your rights or where you stand, we can assist. With your objectives in mind, we can navigate you towards your desired outcome as far as possible.
If you feel that your employment has been unfairly ended, we are able to advise you as to whether this has any legal merit. We are also able to advise you on constructive dismissal.
If you feel you have been discriminated against at work, we can advise you as to how best to deal with the situation. We can also identify your potential claims and remedies against your employer.
We can review your new or existing employment contract and advise you on its terms. If you would like us to simply run through all the contractual terms with you, we can do this for a fixed fee.
Disciplinary & Grievances
If you are facing disciplinary proceedings at work, or are unhappy about you have been affected by in the workplace and wish to lodge a grievance, we can advise you about your rights and the best way to deal with the situation.
We can represent you in bringing employment tribunal claims against your employer. We do however take a commercial approach to identify the best option or options for you, which may include avoiding the tribunal route.