Let us help you with your employment issue – phone our telephone service on 01908 604475. Click here to find out more about our opening times.
If you are an employee you can find out more about your employment rights at work, and how to get legal advice if you have been unfairly treated, discriminated against or dismissed by your employer.
Employees have many rights at work under the law. If you have been deprived of your rights by an employer you can take your employer to an Employment Tribunal and claim compensation.
Hopefully workplace conflict will never arise but if they do please see this link on raising a grievance or give us a call to find out more.
We are not always able to offer help in all aspects of employment law including setting up your own business but we could signpost you to the appropriate organisation best suited for your needs.
Here is a brief outline of areas within employment law that we may be able to assist you with:
Rights to pay Flexible working
Maternity rights at work Holidays and holiday pay
Valuing Britain’s Older Workers
Recent studies have shown that employers have assumed that older applicants are less creative, less productive, slower mentally and more expensive to employ than early or mid career employees. It has been found that none of these stereo types are true! When it comes to job performance older employees beat their younger counterparts hands down. Older employees have proven to be more productive within the workplace, loyal and more reliable.
Discrimination in the workplace
All workplaces consist of people who hail from different social, cultural and religious backgrounds. Occasionally, these differences may give rise to discrimination, regardless of the fact that the Equality Act 2010 protects you from discrimination in the workplace. Discrimination occurs in different forms based on characteristics, such as race, gender, age, religious beliefs and disability
If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination in the workplace. Please visit our drop in service or call our team of trained assessors on 01908 604475.
ACAS – www.acas.org.uk
Equality and Human Rights Commission – www.equalityhumanrights.com
Health and Safety Executive – www.hse.gov.uk
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