For Employees

We regularly take instructions from employees who are in disputes with their employer. We understand the stress that having problems at work can cause and we can provide accurate and timely advice. Our team are able to advise on employee rights, unfair or constructive dismissal, settlement agreements, redundancy and discrimination.

For further information or to make an enquiry please contact us.

“Tim Grainger took on a case on my behalf regarding my previous employer. Tim acted professionally at every stage of the case and kept us up to speed at all times. I cannot thank Tim enough for making me relaxed and was very empathetic towards my feelings. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Tim Grainger to anyone looking for an employment solicitor.
— Employment Law Client, 2018


Employee Rights

Whether it’s rights to pay, leave, health and safety, training, or having your say, we can advise on what the law entitles you to.


Unfair Dismissal

If you are dismissed for a reason which is unfair and your employer has not acted reasonably, then you may have a claim for unfair dismissal providing certain criteria are met.

Settlement Agreements

If you and your employer wish to settle matters without proceeding to a tribunal, then a settlement agreement will record your resolution and ensure that you are compensated. The employer will be assured that no further claim will be made.

Redundancy

If you are made redundant then you may be entitled to a redundancy payment. Often your employer will pay this to you, but if they do not and you believe that you are entitled to a redundancy payment, please come and speak to us.

Discrimination

Be it on the grounds of on the grounds of gender, race, religion, sexual orientation or disability, your employer should not discriminate against you unless absolutely necessary.
 

Constructive Dismissal

If your employer is making life so difficult for you that you feel forced into resigning, you may have a claim for constructive dismissal.