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If you feel you have been treated unfairly or unlawfully by your employer an employment tribunal is a specialist form of action that is designed to bring a claim for a wide range of issues including; discrimination, unfair or constructive dismissal, harassment or other disputes such as non-payment of wages for example.
If you are in dispute with your current or former employer, it is vital that you seek expert legal advice regarding employment tribunal claims as we can guide you through the employment dispute process, explaining all the options available to you and finding a solution that is in your best interest.
Employment Tribunal Solicitors
Ideally going to an employment tribunal should be the last resort in your attempt to resolve an employment dispute with your employer, however, our expert employment solicitors will provide the legal advice and representation you need at every stage of the employment law dispute process including:
- Internal grievance procedures
- Guiding you through the ACAS early conciliation process
- Taking your claim to the Employment Tribunal.
- Settlement agreements and Severance packages, should your position become untenable
If you have already proceeded to an Employment Tribunal and you lost your case, our employment lawyers can also help with appeals. We will assess your case and give you an honest opinion on your chances of success and can be there to represent you should you decide to challenge the decision.
Larcomes employment solicitors are experts in their field so you can be sure of the best possible advice. We have offices in Portsmouth and Waterlooville and whatever your concerns, our employment law team are here to help you. Remember you can talk to us in complete confidence and gain reassurance from speaking to someone who understands your situation.
Contact our employment lawyers today regarding your employment tribunal enquiry on 023 9244 8100 for fast, constructive advice that is friendly and local.
Find out more about the head of our specialist employment law department – Employment Solicitor David Sumner