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Employment Solicitors in Bury St Edmunds

 

Whatever your work situation or however helpless you feel, our Employment Solicitors in Bury St Edmunds can provide comprehensive guidance on your rights.

Lead Contacts

Julian Outen

Julian Outen

Partner & Head of Employment

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Tina Maxey

Associate Solicitor

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Employment Law Solicitors working on your behalf…

Problems at work can leave you feeling trapped and uncertain of where to turn. Our specialist Employment Law Solicitors can offer clarity with practical advice to enable you to resolve issues without burning bridges.

We can offer as much or as little employment law advice as you need, including supporting you through disciplinary or grievance processes.

Our pricing is fully transparent with a variety of fee options available to you, including fixed fees, hourly rates or capped fees. Learn more about potential legal expenses and costs of pursuing certain claims in the Employment Tribunal here.

What are my redundancy rights?

When the word redundancy is mentioned it can cause a lot of stress and worry but knowing your redundancy rights can help to negate any concerns you may have. Redundancy is encountered when a job position is no longer applicable within a business, however employees are always entitled to a consultation and a fair process. When approached about redundancy, your first step should always be to seek advice from an Employment specialist on your individual situation, as every case varies depending on your role, length of employment and personal circumstances.

Our Employment Solicitors are always available to offer bespoke guidance on your position and what your next steps should be, so contact us today.

What is a settlement agreement?

A settlement agreement is an offer you receive when your employment period comes to an end at the request of your employer, or often a disciplinary process. This document is legally binding and outlines the terms and dates on which you will cease your association with a business. Traditionally it may feature a monetary severance payment, which is to stop any potential tribunal actions and redundancy ramifications surrounding your departure. It’s imperative to have your settlement agreement ratified by an experienced Employment Law Solicitors, who can advise on whether the deal is acceptable in your circumstances or whether you have strong claims for more action against your employer. Never settle until you know more about all your options.

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If you would like to discuss how we can help you with your Settlement Agreement or any other employment issues,  please get in touch.

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Areas of specialism include

  • Raising a grievance at work
  • Facing disciplinary or capability proceedings
  • Pursuing a claim in the Employment Tribunal
  • Sickness and absence and disability cases
  • Discrimination
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Redundancy
  • Bullying and harassment
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • Maternity and Parental rights
  • Company Directors & Senior Executives
  • Advice and assistance with all Employment law matters
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If you have any enquiries please contact any one of our specialist team who would be pleased to advise you on your options. You can also contact your lawyer individually from ‘Our People’ using the link below.

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