EMPLOYMENT FOR INDIVIDUALS
All employees of businesses, no matter how large or small, have contracts. These may not necessarily be written; they can be verbal, too. However, your employer is legally obligated to provide a written statement of the main terms and conditions. If your employer changes the contract without your agreement, your employer is breaching that contract – and not complying with the law. Regardless of the contract, your employers are obliged to comply with minimum statutory requirements of annual leave, hours worked and pay.
Backed by extensive expertise gained from specialist employment law firms, Valemus Law solicitors are able to explain employment law in a congenial and easy to understand manner, advising you as to your rights and showing you the best way forward. We also benefit from having an Employment Law judge on our team. We recognise that each employee matter is unique and therefore each response must be tailored to your needs.
EMPLOYMENT FOR INDIVIDUALS AT A GLANCE
- Unfair dismissal
- Discrimination and the Equality Act 2010
- Breach of contract
- Disciplinary action being taken against you
- Maternity, paternity and parental rights
- Negotiating compromise agreements
- Tribunals and hearings