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Newbury: 01635 521212

Wantage: 01235 771234

Swindon: 01793 511055

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Employment Law

 

If you wish to discuss your issue please call us on one of our local telephone numbers - Newbury 01635 521212 / Swindon 01793 511055 / Wantage 01235 771234 - or use the "Do you need help?" form on the left.

 

Our Employment Law Team provides practical, relevant advice and ongoing support.

 

Employment is a rapidly changing area of law and to help you keep up to date we produce a regular employment e-newsletter explaining the relevant changes and updates.

 

Employees

 

We are able to advise employees at various stages of their employment, from a new employment contract or service agreement, to difficulties in the workplace which may have lead to dismissal.

 

Employment issues can be very stressful. We are able to explain your legal rights and help you to decide whether or not to take action against your employer.

 

We advise employees on a range of matters including:

  • Redundancy or termination packages and compromise agreements
  • Unfair Dismissal
  • Remuneration and contractual benefits issues
  • Bullying and harassment claims
  • Age, sex, race, disability religious, sexual orientation claims
  • Part time employment, flexible working, maternity and paternity matters
  • Unlawful deductions of wages
  • ... and more!

Where it is possible and sensible to do so, we will advise on and negotiate settlement proposals to avoid the costs and time associated with commencing or ongoing court or Tribunal matters.

 

If your case does proceed to an Employment Tribunal our team will ensure that your claim is properly and best supported by representation from one of our solicitors or a Barrister.

 

For more information please contact:

Andrew Egan

Tel. 01635 521212

andrew.egan@clmlaw.co.uk

 

You can also contact us by filling in the "Do You Need Help? section on the left.

 

If you are interested in topical articles on key employment issues please visit our Employment Law Blog.