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Employment Law For Employees

At OTS Solicitors when we advise on an Employment matter for an employee, we are acutely aware that their professional reputation and/or best interests, both now and in the future may be at stake. That is why we offer a one to one, tailored service to all our clients, regardless of their position or salary. This allows us to get to understand the issue at hand in full and offer strategic, practical advice in order to protect their best interests.

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Challenging an employer on an Employment issue can be an intimidating process and we understand that it often takes enormous courage to come forward and stand up for what you believe is right.  We therefore guarantee that you will be treated with respect, empathy and your matter will be managed in the strictest confidence.

We provide Employment advice to all types of sectors and to individuals in various positions within their workplace whether it is senior executives or an individual who wants general Employment advice. We cover all areas of employment law including unfair dismissal, settlement agreements, race, sex, disability or age discriminationredundancy, bullying, harassment or TUPE. We provide professional employment law advice tailored to your specific circumstances, handled with sensitivity and with your best interests in mind.

By keeping you informed of your rights and the latest statutory and common law protection offered to employees, we will provide you with the support and confidence you need to stand on an equal footing when facing your employer over a dispute or sitting down with them at the negotiating table.

To find out more please fill in our Contact form or contact our employment solicitors on 0203 959 9123.

Your Questions and our answers about Employment Law For Employees

Thank you for contacting us with your Employment matter. We need further information from you and advise that you contact our office to speak to our Employment lawyer. Please contact us on 02039599123.

Please contact our office to speak to one of our lawyers on 02039599123. We look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you for your enquiry. Please contact our office on 0203959 9123 to discuss your Employment matter with one of our experienced lawyers

Thank you for your enquiry. The employer will inform the Home Office about the termination of your job which means that you and your dependent will need to leave the UK so that you do not overstay. In relation to your wife, we would need to review her contract of Employment in relation to maternity pay but she needs to inform them as she will not have leave in the UK once her visa is curtailed. Please contact us for more details on 0203 959 9123.

Dear Sir, We are sorry to hear about what happened. Please contact our office on 02039 599123 to speak to an experienced Employment lawyer to assist you with the matter.

Thank you for getting in touch with us.

Your enquiry is being reviewed by our team and one of our solicitors will contact you shortly.

In the meantime, you can also call us on 0203 959 9123 or contact us here.

Thank you for getting in touch with us.

Your enquiry is being reviewed by our team and one of our solicitors will contact you shortly.

In the meantime, you can also call us on 0203 959 9123 or contact us here.

Thank you for getting in touch with us.

Your enquiry is being reviewed by our team and one of our solicitors will contact you shortly.

In the meantime, you can also call us on 02039599123 or email us on info@otssolicitors.co.uk

Thank you for getting in touch with us.

Your enquiry is being reviewed by our team and one of our solicitors will contact you shortly.

In the meantime, you can also call us on 02039599123 or email us on info@otssolicitors.co.uk

Dear Sir,

We need to establish whether this is a Wages Act claim or a contract dispute. Our employment solicitors will contact you shortly to discuss your Employment matter further.

Dear Sir,

We need to establish whether this is a Wages Act claim or a contract dispute. Our employment solicitors will contact you shortly to discuss your Employment matter further.

Dear Sir/Madam,

Thank you for your Employment enquiry.

Dismissal with immediate effect can be justified by employers only if an employee committed a gross misconduct. Gross misconduct can be for example theft. We do not know the reasons of your dismissal at present and we would recommend holding a consultation to advice on your case.

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