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Talk to an Employment Law Solicitor today

Talk to an employment lw solicitor today

Tann Law’s specialist team of employment solicitors have the expertise and experience you require. Offering quality bespoke employment law legal services over a range of core matters. Affordable fees and flexible payment terms.

Employment Law – How do we help?

Our employment law solicitors are here to assist you with a vast array of employment disputes.

  • Unfair dismissal
  • Redundancy
  • Whistleblowing
  • Breach of contract
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Discrimination at work
  • Employment settlement agreements
  • Equal pay compensation claims
  • Sexual harassment at work claims
  • Protective award compensation claims

When employment disputes arise from unfair dismissal to harassment at the workplace, you will need assistance and advice from solicitors who know every employment law aspect. That is because in many cases, your objective is to look for a quick and satisfactory resolution as opposed to a protracted and damaging conflict.

Redundancy typically occurs when there is no longer a need for someone to perform your job – for example, if the business closes or the method the work is performed changes. Dealing with redundancy can be difficult, much more so if you’ve been in the same position for a long period of time or desired to remain with the company.

If you’ve worked for your company for at least two years by the time your job ends, your employer is required to follow a fair redundancy process. At least one individual meeting with your employer to discuss redundancy should be scheduled. Apart from your private meeting, there is no established procedure.

Compensation for redundancy is calculated using your pre-tax wages (called gross pay). For each complete year working for your company, you are entitled to the following: up to the age of 22, half a week’s pay between the ages of 22 and 40 – one week’s pay

Our specialist employment solicitors have the expertise that will assist you to manage employment issues by working in the background where required, in addition to providing full legal representation. Our employment law solicitors will always consider and advise on alternative dispute resolution processes to help you solve your issue as soon as possible.

Acknowledged as one of the leading professionals in this complex area, Tann Law’s employment solicitors understand the imperative to keep careers on course at the same time as seeking to make sure that justice is done. Bearing this in mind, we are here to provide prompt authoritative legal advice and representation anywhere in the United Kingdom.

If you need legal help with an employment issue under English, Welsh or Scottish law, when you call Tann Law Solicitors, we will always make sure that your case is handled efficiently.

Speak to one of our friendly employment law specialists now, and we’ll be delighted to assist you.

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  1. Melody Chidhawu says:

    Hello I would like to book 15mins free counsultation about bringing a younger sibling under turning 17 this year.



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