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Problems at Work?
If you feel that you are being treated unfairly by your employer, or are experiencing direct discrimination on the grounds of any of the following, we can do something about it:
- Sex or sexual orientation
- Ethnic origin
- Nationality or national origin
- Religion or belief
- Marriage or civil partnership
- Gender reassignment
- Pregnancy or maternity
JFH Law’s specialist employment lawyers will provide expert employment law advice and explore whether you have a potential claim against your employer to ensure you achieve success.
If you have had disciplinary proceedings brought against you on the grounds of conduct or capability, or if you want to lodge a grievance against a co-worker or your employer, you must speak to one of our specialist employment lawyers immediately. We will help to ensure you are being treated fairly.
Most employment claims must be lodged within three months. This applies even if you are already going through internal grievance procedures, so it is vital to get advice as early as possible.
If you have lost, or are facing the prospect of losing your job, you should seek legal advice to ensure that your employer treats you fairly.
From dental law to general employment law queries, JFH Law’s expert employment lawyers can advise whether you are being unfairly or wrongfully dismissed, and if so, what action you can take.
If you are being made redundant, it is important to ensure you are receiving the correct payments. You can be confident that our specialist employment lawyers will work to secure the best possible severance package on your behalf.
If you have been offered a Settlement Agreement (previously called a Compromise Agreement), your employer is obliged to pay towards the cost of advice from an independent lawyer. At JFH Law, our expert employment lawyers will ensure the terms of the agreement are fair and that you receive the best possible settlement.
If your employer will not negotiate the appropriate settlement, our experienced lawyers will represent you at the Employment Tribunal, ensuring you have a top-class advocate fighting your case.
In order to satisfy anti-money laundering regulations, we will also require proof of your identity in the form of photo ID and proof of address.
New Job Contracts
In the excitement of a new job, it is easy to ignore the small print. At JFH Law, our expert employment lawyers can advise you whether the contractual terms and obligations being imposed are fair and reasonable and advise you how to challenge them if they are not.
Post-termination restrictions or ‘restrictive covenants’, must be reasonable at the time they are imposed to be legally binding. Our specialist employment lawyers can help you to negotiate revised terms so you can be confident that the contract is right for you.
If you have any concerns regarding flexible working, maternity, paternity or adoption leave, you may also wish to seek legal advice from our experienced employment lawyers, which include specialists in dental law and employment law.
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As well as providing employment law advice to our clients, we regularly share updates, top tips and advice in the Legal Updates section of our news column.
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