If you face a difficult situation with your employers it can be challenging, distressing and you will want the matter resolved quickly. You might be facing discrimination, performance allegations, bullying and harassment or disciplinary proceedings and be worried about the impact these issues could have on your income, reputation and future job prospects as a result.
It can often be confusing to know what your employment rights are, and consequently it can be difficult to resolve these issues without specialist legal advice.
At Rotheras our employment law team can provide help and guidance on all types of employment and discrimination issues within the workplace. Whether you are about to start a new job and need advice on your contract, are facing an issue whilst employed or have been forced out of your job we can help you at any stage of your employment by providing practical, cost-effective advice and solutions.
We act for a number of professionals including employees, executives, partners and directors across a range of industries and sectors.
Where possible we will aim to reach a solution with your employer through negotiation, however if this is not feasible we have significant experience in taking cases to court.
We can assist you in resolving your employment issues either independently or through alternative dispute resolution.
We can provide several funding options for resolving an employment issue or pursuing a claim against your employer in the employment tribunal or civil court.
We will discuss your situation in detail with you to establish how to effectively manage and negotiate the matter to get you what you want without damaging the relationship with your employer.
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