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Free employment law advice for employees
Workplace issues can be complicated especially when a difficult situation arises with your employer, and we are well aware of the effects and distress it can cause, and this is when you will require urgent advice.
Our specialists’ advisers can explain what your rights are and walk you through your options moving forward.
Problems with your employer can be confusing, upsetting and highly stressful. You may have been suspended and may lose your job which may put you in serious financial difficulties. Or you might be dealing with a situation that is making your work life very difficult. You may be unsure about your legal rights and what, if anything, you can do to put things right.
We offer free Employment Law advice based on the ACAS Code of Practice – what does this mean?
We are impartial and independent, and the initial call is totally free and with absolutely no obligation at all. Our aim is to explain your rights together with your options and we are on your side with our focus on trying to diffuse the situation with some practical solutions.
The free employment law advice in relation to your enquiry may be against a background of being suspended from work, disciplinary proceedings, performance allegations, bullying and harassment, redundancy, sickness, discrimination in the workplace, gross misconduct, constructive dismissal, unfair dismissal, resignation, sexual harassment, workplace harassment, victimisation, whistleblowing, settlement agreement, flexible working request, refused promotion or training, unfair deduction of pay, maternity leave problems, a changing terms and conditions or changing employment contract or for any other matter.
We know how intimidating it can be to raise an issue at work or to ask for help, but we pride ourselves on being approachable and honest. We want you to feel completely comfortable discussing your situation openly, safe in the knowledge that everything you tell us will be treated with the strictest confidence.