21st September 2017
Nobody wants to get involved in disputes or legal issues at work or with an employer, but sometimes it becomes necessary. Employment tribunals exist in order to resolve disputes. In the main, typical cases may include unfair dismissal, redundancy pay, whistle-blowing, and discrimination, but there are other disputes that can be brought in an employment tribunal.
The Lamb Brooks Employment Law Department located in Basingstoke, Hampshire. Has the expertise to advise you on your claim, act on your behalf and guide you through the complexities of the employment tribunal process.
Our advice will cover the prospects of success, what your funding options may be and the steps you will need to take from the ACAS Early Conciliation Scheme right through to a final hearing.
If you want to pursue an employment tribunal claim or if you have already issued a claim and need help, call our Employment Law Department today.
"I dealt with Karen Bristow regarding a settlement agreement with my company. From the outset she was friendly and professional. Overall I am happy with the service provided and have no hesitation in recommending Lamb Brooks to others. "
Head of Employment Department
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