We understand that employment situations can sometimes feel overwhelming and stressful. You may call on us to advise you on your grievance at work, negotiate the terms of your departure from your employer, review the terms of your new employment contract or represent you in your Employment Tribunal claim.
Whatever you need us for we will be in your corner, advise you honestly on the best achievable outcome and support you through the process professionally. Leave it to us.
How we can help you
We have over 20 years experience in employment law, providing independent employment advice and representing individuals in all sorts of roles and across all sectors including: employees, consultants, senior executives and contractors in retail, hospitality, social housing, banking, manufacturing and education.
Our services for individuals include:
- Reviewing employment contracts and service agreements at the start of and during employment
- Reviewing consultancy agreements
- Advising on new or existing restrictions and confidentiality provisions and enforceability
- Advice on bonus schemes, preparation and validity
- Guidance on disciplinary and capability processes
- Advice on dismissals including redundancy, dismissal due to ill health and dismissal for gross misconduct
- Advice on restructures within the workplace, collective consultations and TUPE
- Advice on allegations of discrimination, victimisation and harassment
- Whistleblowing advice
- Settlement negotiations, including advice on protected conversations and settlement agreements
- Employment Tribunal Advice and Representation
For further information on how we can help with your employment Tribunal Claim against your employer and fees, find out more here: Employment Tribunal Representation.
Who we have helped
- We have advised a whistleblower on their exit from their public sector employer, provoking a favourable settlement under a settlement agreement.
- A senior manager in the manufacturing industry with serious grievances based on age and sex discrimination and involving the senior team. We supported and advised the employee through the grievance process and on their Employment Tribunal rights, so that they gained control of the situation.
- Advising an employee in the media who was on long term sick. With our help they were able to have a constructive conversation with their employer and move forwards.
- Advising a supermarket worker with 10 years loyal service on their grievances against their store manager, which had resulted in the worker being absent from work with stress and on the verge of resigning. With our input, HR intervened and dealt with the worker’s grievances, the store manager was moved and the worker was able to return to work.
- Supporting a number of senior executives on exit from high profile private and public sector organisations where health and performance issues were factors, negotiating preferable terms.
Why Choose Us?
- We have over 20 years experience in employment law: Our experience enables us to advise individuals in all roles and sectors, across the full spectrum of employment advice.
- We are sensible, efficient and focused on securing the right outcome for our individuals: Our experience enables us to identify key issues quickly from an early stage and to map out a plan that delivers, working closely with our clients.
- We provide a genuinely personal and committed service. We understand and do our best to accommodate your needs. We are available to our clients day and night, 7 days a week.
- As a small specialist employment law firm with low overheads we are able to offer our clients competitive rates.
“Sarah advised me during my discussions with my employer regarding my exit from the business. These situations are always stressful and biased in favour of the employer. Sarah gave me the confidence and the understanding that allowed me to fight my corner from a position of strength, vigorously and successfully. She has a great ability to remove one’s self doubt, which is crucial in such situations. Moreover she does it with humour, pragmatism and compassion.”