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Employment Law

Employment law for employees

If you’re involved in a workplace dispute it can be an extremely stressful and isolating time. Compounded by worries about your reputation, income and future career, it’s important that you get the right advice from the outset to understand your options.

Our expert employment lawyers can advise you with all aspects of this complex area of law, helping you enforce your employment rights. We understand the importance of helping keep your career on track, while seeking justice, and can support you every step of the way.

What can an employment lawyer help with?

Usually, you’ll want to achieve an agreeable resolution as quickly as possible rather than a protracted dispute. Our expert employment lawyers will help you understand your rights, where you stand from a legal perspective and advise you of the best course of action to achieve a positive result.

Our highly skilled employment lawyers can help you at any stage of your employment and provide either full legal representation or work in the background. We’ll help you:

Before you start your job – We can negotiate and review your employment contract, and advise on the impact of a restrictive covenant.

While employed – We can advise on disputes including disciplinary and grievance issues, bullying and harassment and discrimination.

Losing your job – We can advise you if you’ve been unfairly dismissed, made redundant, or forced out, and help you negotiate a settlement agreement and severance package.

Post-employment – We can advise if your restricted covenant is enforceable, or defend you if a breach of contract claim is made.

Whatever employment issues you’re facing, our specialist employment lawyers are available to provide you with straightforward advice to be the best outcome for you.

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What areas of employment law do you cover?

When a difficult situation arises with your employer, getting the right advice early is imperative. The aim should be on diffusing the situation while trying to resolve it as swiftly as possible.

​Our employment lawyers work with you and will advise you on your legal rights, the merits of your claim and the steps you can take. We’re highly experienced in employment law negotiations (including tough negotiations) and when required, can take cases to the employment tribunal or further. We can advise on any area of employment law from representation in a complex dispute to a second opinion on your employment contract.

Our areas of specialism include:

  • Breach of contract
  • Constructive dismissal
  • Discrimination at work claims
  • Equal pay compensation claims
  • Maternity and paternity leave
  • Professional negligence
  • Redundancy
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Settlement agreements
  • Sexual harassment at work claims
  • TUPE
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Wage and bonus disputes
  • Whistleblowing

Whatever employment dispute you’re having with your employer, contact us today and one of our experts will be in touch.

We regularly help a broad range of professionals in organisations of all sizes across the public, private and third-sector.

How much does an employment lawyer cost?

It’s difficult to say how much it will cost for an employment lawyer to represent you until we know the circumstances of your case. However, we want to be as transparent as possible when it comes to the legal costs involved in an employment case, so have set out the fees involved in our Fees Transparency page. For more details about our fees and how we can help, simply contact us today and one of our experts will be happy to discuss this with you.

Why choose Inspire Legal Group?

Our employment lawyers are innovative leaders and specialise in all areas of employment law. They’re professional, proactive and fully trained, and can lead your dispute to a satisfactory resolution.

When you want to check up on the progress of your case, we have a fully safe and encrypted client portal that you can log into at any time and track progress.

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