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Employment law addresses the legal rights of employees and employers. It is therefore essential that your rights as an employer are both protected or enforced. At Hartley Bain we thrive to achieve the best results for our clients.

Our team has vast experience of advising clients on contentious issues, assisting clients before all national courts and employment tribunals in the full range of individual and collective labour conflicts.

We understand how stressful it can when you experience unfairness in the course of your employment. Hartley Bain Solicitors can provide an effective resolution to your employment needs including:

  1. Where you have been unfairly dismissed, discriminated against or otherwise badly treated by your employer or an individual at your workplace.
  2. Where your employer has commenced or is considering commencing disciplinary action against you.
  3. Where you have been suspended from work.
  4. Bringing or resolving an Employment Tribunal claim against your employer or an individual at your workplace or former workplace.
  1. Providing representation in relation to Employment Tribunal proceedings including representation at any Tribunal hearing.
  2. Communicating on your behalf with your employer or former employer, their legal representatives or the Employment Tribunal.
  3. Obtaining a reference and moving on to alternative employment.

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We are able to discuss disciplinary and/or grievance procedures with you to fully inform you of what is involved, the processes and how to best tackle a disciplinary or grievance matter.

In a nutshell we also provide the following services to employees:

  • Compromise agreements
  • Settlement agreement
  • Employment agreements and contracts
  • Breach of contract
  • Bullying and harassment
  • Whistle-blowing
  • Misconduct
  • Redundancy related issues
  • Alleged misconduct
  • Capabilities including long term sickness and stress claims
  • Unlawful deductions from wages
  • Claims brought by regulatory bodies such as GMC, NMC, CIFAS, FSA, Independent safeguarding Authority, ACCA etc.
  • Discrimination including under the new Equality Act 2010 on the grounds of:
    • Disability
    • Sex
    • Sexual orientation
    • Race
    • Pregnancy/Maternity