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Employment Law by Premier Solicitors
How We Can Help
We understand that being in work can bring with it a range of frustrations and questions. We can be there to help you through these difficult times. We pride ourselves on our extensive knowledge of employment law together with the ability to deliver high quality customer service. We can guarantee that you will always receive effective advice which will be delivered to you in plain English and within a time scale to suit you.
Fixed Fee Consultation
If you are having a difficult time at work, have been dismissed or you have resigned in response to unresolved issues at work, we encourage you to arrange a meeting with us to discuss this further. We can offer an initial consultation meeting for a fixed fee of £150 plus VAT.
At this meeting, we would seek to understand your circumstances and advise you on what we consider your next steps should be.
Our Range of Employment Law Services
As employment law experts, we are in a position to advise you on all employment law issues with complete confidence.
Here are some common questions and statements we receive from our clients:
“My boss is reducing my salary and hours of work. Can he do this?”
“My employer has made deductions from my pay. Is this permitted?”
“I have been disciplined but I have done nothing wrong”
“My manager is making my life at work hell. What can I do?”
“I think I am being treated differently because of my illness”
“I need to change my working hours to accommodate my children but my employer is not interested in helping me”
“I have been offered a settlement agreement. What do I need to do now?”
“I have just recovered from an operation and am planning to go back to work but I don’t think I can go back full-time just yet”
“I am being made redundant but I think the redundancy process is a farce”
“I have been unfairly dismissed”
“The company I work for has been sold. I have been dismissed as the buyer does not want to continue employing me”
“I feel that I have no other option but to resign”
“I want to bring an employment claim but have to go through ACAS early conciliation first. How does this work?”
All of these questions and statements touch and concern important employment law issues. We will give you the confidence you need to deal with these issues or alternatively, take all of the pressure off you and deal with them on your behalf.
Contact us on 01234 358080 or by email on email@example.com to learn more about what we can do to help you.
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