Employment Law for Employees
If you are facing difficulties at work, we can help. We are employment law specialist solicitors with experience of resolving all workplace issues and clarifying employment law for employees with:
- Employment Disputes
- Settlement Agreement Negotiations
- Redundancy Advice
- Severance pay for Senior Executives
- TUPE transfer advice
- Unfair Dismissal advice
- Constructive dismissal Advice
- Maternity/Paternity/Shared Parental Leave
If you have a dispute at work our employment lawyers are best placed to advise you. If you are being made redundant and you don’t think this is fair or you don’t feel the process has been fairly undertaken we can advise you as to your options. If you have been offered a settlement agreement and want to move on quickly we can ensure you get the very best outcome as quickly as possible at no cost to yourself and with the minimum of disruption. If you are in a work situation that is making you unhappy, be it bullying, harassment or unfavourable working conditions, we can find a way through for you. Call us today so we can start to help you.
The Initial advice call is completely free and without obligation and you will speak to a specialist employment solicitor who understands what you are going through & can advise you on your next steps.
Should you then feel you would like to take it further we can arrange a reduced fee meeting with our employment solicitor to look through documentation and discuss your matter in detail.
We have meeting facilities throughout London, Kent and Sussex and can also advise via email and telephone if this is more convenient for you.
Should you require our help, do not hesitate to get in touch.
“I just can’t thank Natalie enough for all her help and guidance, from my initial phone call to Baileyfields right through to the conclusion of my case for unfair dismissal against my company, who had made me redundant, Natalie was always there and always available to help and advise during this very stressful period in my life.
My former company decided to settle on the day of my tribunal and without doubt it was down to Natalie’s keen eye for detail etc. that made them realise they were fighting a losing battle. I can now move forward with my life and hope that by bringing this case my former employer will think twice before putting any other of my now ex-colleagues through the same experience.” Mr K Hubbard