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For legal advice and representation with an employment issue, call our Employment Solicitors on 0330 606 9589 or contact us online and we will help you.

Our Employment Solicitors can advise you on all aspects of employment law in a practical, friendly, down to earth manner. We only represent employees and have developed a razor-sharp expertise in helping workers stand up for their rights.

"I liked the personal touch of phone calls to explain things and not just email. I also felt the person dealing with me cared about what was best for me." Ms. A

Our Pricing Structure

We offer a low cost, clear and competitive fixed fee pricing structure (standard & complex) agreed with you upfront, allowing you the opportunity to receive high-quality legal advice and representation on your employment law matter in a manner that suits your needs and budget.

We honour our fixed fee unconditionally. When you instruct us to represent you in an employment law matter, the bill you receive at the end of the case will be the same as what we agreed with you at the beginning. Any extra costs (for example, if we have to engage expert witnesses) will not be incurred without obtaining your express permission.

We promise no nasty surprises, just exceptional legal advice and service.

Call our Employment Solicitors on 0330 606 9589 or contact us online and we will call you.

How We Can Help You

When it comes to employment law matters, we will provide service and advice to suit your particular matter. Our bespoke advice is tailored to your needs as we recognise that every employment case, and every individual is different.

You will receive practical, jargon-free, legal advice from your Employment Solicitor, who will keep you informed every step of the way as your matter progresses.

"This was my first experience of having to deal with a Solicitor. I found the advice very helpful and felt at all times that I was being guided. I never felt overwhelmed or out of the loop. Rachel was really great to deal with." Mr. D

Alternative Dispute Resolution for Employment Law

Our Employment Solicitors passionately believe in engaging in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) procedures such as Mediation and ACAS conciliation as opposed to formal litigation. We believe ADR, as well as being more cost-effective and quicker than Court or Employment Tribunal proceedings, empowers the claimant to be able to negotiate settlement directly with their employer (or former employer) to reach their desired goal.

Our Employment Solicitors can work with you every step of the way, providing clear, concise employment law advice on the best approach to achieving your objective.

Whether you need help with a settlement agreement, an unfair dismissal, discrimination, pay dispute or any other kind of employment law issue, you are not powerless.

Call our Employment Solicitors on 0330 606 9589 or contact us online and we will call you.

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