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Employment Law For Employees

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Our specialist employment law solicitors can provide you with practical and sensible advice with a view to obtaining the best and most cost-effective solution if you find yourself experiencing difficulties at work. Our employment solicitors act for clients throughout Kent and can meet with you in our offices in Sevenoaks or Tonbridge.

There are a number of employment law issues you may encounter throughout your working life and we appreciate how hard-hitting this can be. Our experienced employment solicitors can provide you with advice and support at each step and can represent you throughout the process. If a resolution cannot be achieved, we can provide advice as to claims in the Employment Tribunal, High Court or County Court.

Our employment law solicitors will give you the best advice tailored to your circumstances and explain to you what is involved in protecting your interests.

Our expert employment solicitors act for both employers and employees which enables them to grasp both sides’ approaches to the problem at hand. This gives you the advantage of them anticipating the likely arguments or challenges your employer will raise.

At Warners, our employment law solicitors will work with you to ensure that a successful outcome is achieved. Employment law is constantly evolving and it is imperative that you obtain the correct specialist advice at the right time.

Whether you are accepting a new job offer and would like your employment contract reviewed, negotiating an exit strategy or simply want to know your rights at work, we at Warners can help. We understand the often sensitive nature of the relationship with your employer and can arrange to discuss matters with you at your convenience.

The following are a range of some areas on which our experienced employment solicitors can provide advice:

  • General employment law rights including;
    • Disciplinary and grievance procedures
    • Maternity and Paternity rights
    • Flexible working (part time working)
    • Sickness and absence from work
    • Working Time Regulations
    • Bullying and Harassment at work
    • TUPE (employment following transfer of a business)
  • Contracts of employment; including post termination restrictions (restraint of trade clauses)
  • Advising on and negotiating settlement agreements (formerly known as compromise agreements)
  • Advising on the merits of claims against your employer including;
    • Unfair and Wrongful dismissal
    • Discrimination claims pursuant to the Equality Act 2010 (age, disability, race and sex discrimination)
    • Redundancy
    • Whistleblowing
    • TUPE
  • Representation in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeals Tribunal, High Court and County Court proceedings

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