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Employment Dispute & Legal Advice For Employees From Farleys Solicitors in Manchester

Farleys employment solicitors provide specialist legal assistance for employees in the following areas:

  • Discrimination in the Workplace
  • Harassment and Bullying at Work
  • Employment Tribunal Solicitors
  • Disciplinary, Appeals and Dismissal Solicitor
  • Employee Grievance Procedure Solicitors
  • Breach of Employment Contract
  • Redundancies and Redundancy Packages
  • Settlement Agreements / Compromise Agreements

Expert Legal Advice from Farleys Employment Dispute Solicitors

We understand that dealing with an employment dispute can be a highly stressful experience, so rest assured that at Farleys Solicitors, we’re here to help however we can.

Over our 100 year history, we’ve helped thousands of employees resolve workplace disputes, and our specialist team of employment experts take a proactive, friendly approach as we provide you with cost-effective commercial advice on a wide range of issues.

All of our advice and guidance is based on an individual assessment of your circumstances, so we can recommend a course of action that’s best for you. If necessary, we can write to your employer and formally take up the matter on your behalf, up to and including taking proceedings to an Employment Tribunal.

Our specialists in employment law also provide advice on:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Consultancy Agreements
  • Contracts of Employment and Employment Status
  • Directors Service Agreements
  • Discrimination in the Workplace (related to sex, race, disability, age, religion and sexual orientation)
  • Dismissals and Disciplinary Related Issues
  • Grievances / Employee Grievance Procedure Solicitors
  • Harassment and Bullying at work
  • Issuing Employment Claims and Representation at Employment Tribunal
  • Redundancy, Lay Off and Short-Time Working
  • Restrictive Covenants and Confidentiality
  • Settlement Agreements and Termination Packages
  • Transfer of Undertaking Regulations
  • Unfair Dismissal
  • Variations to Your Contract of Employment Including Salary / Wage Reductions

Contact a Employment Dispute Solicitor in Manchester

For further information or for a free initial claim assessment contact Farleys Solicitors in Manchester on 0161 660 4254, alternatively please complete an online enquiry form.

Discrimination disputes in the workplace

We have a comprehensive set of employment discrimination laws here in the UK, covering all types of discrimination whether it’s based on age, race, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, religion or disability. If you’ve been faced with discrimination at your own workplace, it’s best to speak to one of our specialist employment law solicitors as soon as you can.

We can provide assistance and advice at every stage of the process, so that you’re fully aware of your rights and any legislation that might apply. We can then provide more detailed guidance on the most suitable next steps, with an aim to achieving the most desirable outcome for you.

Disputes around harassment and bullying at work

Harassment and bullying in the workplace can be exceptionally stressful, and take a severe toll on your emotional and mental health. It’s not uncommon to feel trapped and helpless in such situations, especially if the situation involves one or more senior members of staff, or others who hold valuable positions within the company.

If you find yourself in such a situation, we can help you. Our specialist employment solicitors have a wealth of experience in discrimination cases, particularly in cases involving sexual harassment, racial harassment and bullying within the workplace. We’ll always take care to give you honest, straightforward advice about what your best available options are, so you can make the most informed decision about how to proceed.

Resolving disputes by Employment Tribunal

An Employment Tribunal serves as a last-resort means to settle employment disputes, and is capable of making rulings on grievances, discrimination, disciplinary issues, and unfair dismissal claims.

An Employment Tribunal is less formal than a court, but its decisions are legally binding, and can only be pursued once all other available options have been exhausted. Here at Farleys, we can give you extensive guidance and legal advice on every stage of the Employment Tribunal process, helping you to decide whether taking your case to one would be in your best interests.

Disputes around disciplinary, appeals and dismissal

All employers must have, by law, a clear set of policies and procedures outlined in a company handbook that detail how the company will respond to disputes and disciplinary matters, including those around appeals and dismissal.

Our specialist employment solicitors routinely handle a range of disciplinary, appeals and dismissal claims, helping you to fully understand all aspects of your company’s policy, and how they relate to your case. We can then provide detailed legal advice specific to your individual circumstances.

Disputes and employee grievance procedures

When a dispute first arises between you and your employer, one of the most straightforward ways of dealing with it is simply to arrange an informal meeting to try and resolve it. However, if you fail to reach an agreement, you may decide to raise an official grievance.

At Farleys, we’re here to help. Our specialist employment law solicitors will use their years of experience and expertise to help you understand everything you need to about this notably complex area of law – clearly laying out all the available options to advance your case, and their potential outcomes, so you can make an informed decision about how to proceed.

Breach of employment contract disputes

If your employer has made changes to your job that you did not explicitly accept, then it may constitute a breach of contract. Abrupt changes to working hours, or a failure to pay wages on time, are both some common examples of a breach of contract.

Our specialist employment solicitors can help. We can provide details on the relevant legislation that applies to your case, answer any questions you might have, and give you tailored legal advice to help you resolve a breach of contract dispute with your employer.

Redundancy, Lay Off and Short-Time Working disputes

We have a comprehensive system of redundancy laws here in the UK, which set strict standards for employers to follow when making a member of their organisation redundant. If you feel that your own employer has failed to properly observe these rules in your case, you may be able to bring a claim against them.

Our employment law solicitors can support you with clear, in-depth legal advice with a bare minimum of jargon. We can also answer any questions that you might have and highlight the legislation that’s relevant to your case, all with a view towards helping you resolve the case to your satisfaction.

Professional Regulatory Employment Issues

Farleys Solicitors’ employment lawyers can also advise and assist on cases where breaches of professional rules and codes of conduct have occurred. This area of employment law covers all professional regulatory employment issues, including investigations and disciplinary proceedings brought by:

  • Accountancy and Actuarial Discipline Board
  • Adjudications Panel for England
  • General Teaching Council (GTC)
  • Financial Services Authority (FSA)
  • General Medical Council (GMC)
  • Solicitors Regulatory Association (SRA)
  • Standards Board of England
  • The Bar Council
  • The Football Association (FA)

Contact Our Expert Employment Dispute Solicitors Today

Call us now on 0161 660 4254 to speak with an employment solicitor in Manchester who specialises in employment law for employees, or email us on info@farleys.com. Alternatively, you can fill out the form on our Contact page, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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You can trust our specialists at Farleys Solicitors to give you outstanding, straight talking legal services at any of our six offices across the North West. Get in touch with us today!

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