Employment Law Services
Barker Son & Isherwood - Andover, Hampshire
Whether you love your job or if it is a means to an end does not matter. Your employer has a number of responsibilities that they must keep and if they don’t you could make a claim against them, even if you are still employed.
Whilst you may have concerns about making a claim against your employer, talking to us about your options does not mean that you have to make a claim, just that you can make an informed decision about what to do next.
Please click here to view our pricing, timings and key stages or call us now on 01264 353411 to find out more about an employment law claim.
Employment Law Issues
There is a range of employment laws that are in place in order to protect you and you will find that your employer is likely to have policies that explain how you are protected and the processes and procedures they must use when faced with certain situations. These can include:
Harassment and bullying
Unfair Selection for redundancy
Your rights in a TUPE Transfer
These are some of the most common issues you may face at work, but if you have experienced another issue, please do contact us.
How We Can Help
There always are two sides to every story and we do our best to blend our expertise on both sides of employment law to help guide you. It is important that you have a realistic idea of the chances of making a successful claim as there are now tribunal fees to consider. If your claim is successful, we can push for the judgment to include payment of these fees.
It is important for us to understand your situation in detail, so we will spend time with you to discuss the background of your claim. Once we understand the circumstances we will tell you our strategy, which may not even involve a tribunal. Your employer may decide that they want to settle with you and if so, we can help you reach a fair settlement.
If your claim does progress to a tribunal, we will support you through this process to the completion of the claim.
You do have a limited amount of time to make a claim against your employer, so it is important to get advice as early as possible.
If you would like to know more about employment law and whether you have a claim against your employer, please call our specialist team on 01264 353 411 and we’ll be happy to discuss your situation with you.