Free Employment Law advice
Are you going through a disciplinary or redundancy process or do you have a grievance at work; perhaps you're looking to change your employment terms and need some help?
We operate throughout the UK, so if you have any problems at work, our specialist Employment Law team can provide you with free practical advice in line with the ACAS code of practice.
What are my rights at work?
When you employer takes you through any process at work, whether it’s an investigation, discipline hearing, grievance meeting, redundancy or being taking through the companies absence management process it can be stressful and very disruptive to your life. Our specialist team of experts will guild you through the Employment Law maze explaining your rights, how the ACAS code of practice applies. We are there to support you and take some of the pressure away from you.
You are not alone
All employees have a right to be accompanied at work during a disciplinary, grievance or redundancy process as stated by the ACAS code of practice. You can be accompanied by a work colleague or a Trade Union Representation. We can provide you with an expert Trade Union Representative who will accompany and represent you directly at your own place of work, giving you the support and help when it is needed. This is in line with the ACAS code of practice and your employer can not stop you being accompanied.
Specialist Employment Law support and help
Our free practical Employment Law advice will explain what your rights at work are and give you some practical advice in line with the ACAS code of practice. We are there to support and help you so you are not alone, especially by providing you someone to accompany you at work. Our Employment Law team have a vast experience of supporting and dealing with employees: such as discipline, grievance, absence management, maternity, discrimination, redundancy, pay, flexible working and any Employment Law issue where you need to know your rights.
To get your free Employment Law advice all based on the ACAS code of practice today, call 0333 772 0611 or request a call back at a time convenient for you.
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