Employment Issues – Employees
When the relationship with your employer goes wrong, you may need to seek legal advice. You may be asking yourself, “Can my employer treat me like this?”, “Have I been unfairly dismissed?”, “Have I been discriminated against?” or “I have been offered a Settlement Agreement. What do I do next?”.
- What we can do for you
We routinely advise on all aspects of the employment relationship from recruitment with advice on contracts, through all the issues arising out of workplace rights to the negotiation of settlement agreements. We also provide advice on representation with employee claims, pursuing claims when the employment relationship has ended.
Our established team of Employment Lawyers is recommended by Chambers UK as a leading firm for Employment Law. We have expertise in the following areas:
- Bonus and commission payments
- Contractual disputes
- Bullying and harassment
- Settlement agreements and other compromise agreements
- Contracts of employment
- Consultancy agreements
- Disciplinary action
- Employment tribunal claims
- Equal pay
- Flexible working requests
- Immigration applications
- Maternity, paternity, adoption and paternal rights
- Post-termination restrictions
- Redundancy and reorganisation
- Service agreements
- Unfair dismissal
- Workplace rights
- Wrongful dismissal
- Competitive and transparent fees
Our hourly rates are clear. Where suitable, we can work for you under a “no win, no fee” damages based agreement, a results-based conditional fee agreement or agree a fixed-fee for the work that we will undertake.
If you would like further details of the services we offer and how we can assist you, please do not hesitate to contact us today for an initial no obligation discussion.
We act for both employees and employers, which enables us to provide balanced advice and keep our skills as sharp as possible.
Clients praise the team's helpful and responsive approach.
Chambers UK, 2018
Barlow Robbins has a solid reputation for employment termination matters, boardroom disputes and employment tribunal litigation
Legal 500, 2017