Getting Justice for you Is Our Priority
We specilise in Employee rights and give advice to anyone living and working in Scotland. Our main offices are Employment Law Glasgow on 0141 280 2848 or Employment Law Edinburgh on 0131 510 5788 or Employment Law Aberdeen on 01224 515881 and Employment Law Dundee on 01382 250497. Get in touch with your nearest Branch today.We will fight your corner – most cases we win without the need to go to court – our first priority is getting a settlement agreement and if we can’t find a way that suits both parties we have the expertise in Employment Tribunials.
Primary Employment Law Areas
During the life of the employer-employee relationship, circumstances may arise that lead the parties to consider terminating their relationship. Alternatively, businesses may be struggling and might be forced to reconsider their staffing needs. These are achieved through the use of what are called Settlement Agreements.
To establish unfair dismissal, it is important to prove – you must show that you have been dismissed – it may be obvious – where an employee has been fired. Equally – you may have been made redundant or felt obliged to resign. Or if your employer opts not to renew your contract may amount to a dismissal.
Recently the number of Employment Tribunal cases has increased significantly. Our Employment Law solicitors have significant experience. Preparation is key – we will meet, get the facts and advise you accordingly. If the matter is to proceed to a Tribunal we will prepare all of the relevant documentation and witness statements.
From Our Satisfied Clients
We have represented clients in Employment Law from all over Scotland – see below just a few testimonials.
“Thanks again for all your help at first I didn’t think I had much of a case but thanks to you I am very satisfied with the final outcome.”Shaun Davidson
“I was only with the company for a few years but thanks to you I have moved on now and found another role with a different company.”Sarah Porter
“Great advice and service. I can now move on with the rest of my life thanks to you and all without going to court – thanks ever so much.”Paula Richardson