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Employment Disputes

During your lifetime you will engage in employment in some form whether this is a paper route or becoming director of an international company. Typically, your employment will be governed by an Employment Contract. Becoming engaged in a dispute with your Employer can cause both financial and emotional stress.

Employment Law is complex and in some situations can mean tens of thousands of pounds are at stake. Glanvilles Employment Specialists will help you to resolve your dispute as quickly and cost effectively as possible, saving you unnecessary stress and hassle as well as considerable time and money.

The first step to resolving your employment dispute is to establish your legal position regarding the employment in question. Glanvilles have a team of solicitors who are experienced in employment disputes and able to assist clients in resolving employment disputes of all kinds.

In terms of employment litigation, we can provide legal assistance with:-

  • Reviewing and Negotiating Terms of an employment Contract
  • Advising and helping to Prepare for a Disciplinary meeting
  • Advising and helping to Prepare for a Grievance
  • Advising on the procedure and obligations of an employer when a Redundancy situation arises
  • Advising on the terms of a Settlement Agreement
  • Claims for Unfair Dismissal
  • Claims for Unfair Constructive Dismissal

As in most of our litigation work, we recognise that the litigation process can be costly and stressful so we will always consider alternative means of settling disputes. We have considerable experience in mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), which can often be considerably more cost effective in terms of reaching a resolution.