As an employee you have both employment rights and obligations. Your obligation to your employer is to perform your work satisfactorily and to conduct yourself appropriately. Likewise you have the right to be fairly treated and fairly paid.
If you are having a dispute at work, feel that you are being treated differently, have been dismissed unfairly or think you have been forced to resign, we can assist you. We also have significant expertise in relation to advising on and negotiating terms of settlement agreements, including for very senior executives.
Whether you need legal advice about a general employment matter, are unsure about your employee rights, believe that you are being treated unfairly or suffering discrimination of any type or simply need advice on a settlement agreement provided to you by your employer, you can be confident that one of our expert Employment lawyers will provide professional advice and work hard to achieve the best possible outcome for you.
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The theory that “What happens at the Christmas party, stays at the Christmas party” is not necessarily the case. Nobody wants to be dismissed for gross misconduct due to bad behaviour.
Considerable media coverage has been given to the resignation of BBC China editor Carrie Gracie, who cited inequality of pay as the reason for leaving.
If you thought about making an Employment Tribunal claim between July 2013 and July 2017, but decided not to do so because of fees, you could have an opportunity to make a claim now.
In what has been described as a landmark ruling, a plumber has won a legal battle in the Supreme Court, which could have implications for workers’ rights.