Employment Disputes

It is no secret that in this country we are witnessing a terrible economic climate, and one of the knock-on effects is that an increasing number of you will find yourself in situations where you are treated badly by the place that you work.

You are not alone. Thousands of people are mistreated and abused in their workplace each year, but sadly most are afraid to seek legal advice for their problems because they are worried they may put their job on the line; something which no-one wants to risk at this time.

If you have been involved in an employment dispute and feel that you have been badly treated by your employer, specialist employment dispute advice can help you to understand the seriousness of your case and keep you protected.

Do you qualify for legal care?

Employment disputes can arise over a variety of situations, the most common of which we have listed below:

  • Unfair dismissal
  • Redundancy
  • Breaches of contract
  • Failure to pay agreed salary/remuneration
  • Maternity leave rights
  • Sex, race or disability discrimination

If you feel you have been effected by any of the issues raised above, or have a unique employment dispute example, then it is always worth getting in touch with us to see what we can do.

We’re Here to help

Claimant Law are a specialist legal team that can help you to resolve any employment disputes that you may have had in your workplace.

We will work closely with you and your employer to resolve any problems that you may currently be having, and where necessary, take action and help you get the compensation or settlement that you expect and deserve.

We will act swiftly as, from our experience, we understand that an employment dispute can make working incredibly difficult for you, and for the relationship between you and the place where you work.

Start a Free no-obligation case assessment

You can get a free no-obligation assessment of your case by calling us today on 0800 089 444, or by filling out our online form here.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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