Access to legal advice during your working career should be quick and easy. At David Ebert, our team of hand-picked legal experts will help deal with all areas of employment law, from banking to public services.
Employment Law exists to protect and serve in the interests of both the Employer and Employee. It deals with matters of statutory authorities, legislations and regulations of conduct
Employment Law exists to:
- Promote health and safety
- Set up a minimum necessary level for economic support
- Prevent discrimination
- Avoid work disturbance as a result of disputes between employees and management
Our expert employment lawyers based in Southampton provide advice on:
Disciplinary proceedings are a concise way for an employer to deal with disciplinary issues, such as poor performance or attitude. They necessitate the use of a disciplinary hearing. Here, the employee is given a chance to explain their side of the story. The consequences of disciplinary proceedings differ depending on the circumstances, ranging from a written warning to dismissal.
A workplace grievance refers to any type of workplace problem or concern that a manager may raise to its employer. Our experienced solicitors have and continue to successfully deal with a wide range of workplace grievances. Whatever the problem is we are on hand to provide affordable, friendly and comprehensive advice to all our clients.
One of our specialist employment solicitors can help you if you feel your dismissal was unfair and unjust. Unfair dismissal is the resulting consequence of an employee not being given proper notice of the termination of their employment. It can also be applied if the reasons behind the termination were unwarrantable.
A settlement agreement is a legal contract that exists between the employer and employee. It formally brings their relationship to an end and records in detail any settlement that they have reached.
Redundancy is the legal term that means that the dismissal of an employee is solely due to that role not existing anymore.
If you were forced to resign from your job due to the inappropriate conduct of your employer, you may have a case for constructive dismissal. Contact our specialist employment solicitors today to find out more.
Contact our Employment Lawyers in Southampton today
At David Ebert, our specialist employment law solicitors are well versed in settling disputes with speed and efficiency. We aim to always achieve the best outcome for our client.
To arrange a consultation, speak with a member of our corporate team today on 023 9281 5324.