Services / Employment Law for Employees
Employment law for employees is a specialism at Hatch Brenner. Based in Norwich, Norfolk, our team of experienced employment solicitors provide guidance on a wide variety of topics. From unfair dismissal, parental rights and whistleblowing to redundancy, furloughing, disciplinary issues and more, we can help you understand your employment rights and advise on your next steps.
Employment Law Advice
Whether you’re facing an employment tribunal, need help negotiating your contract or feel you have been subjected to discrimination in the workplace, our proactive and approachable employment law specialists take pride in providing practical, confidential advice to employees in a wide range of industries.
Simply call 01603 660 811, email email@example.com, or fill in our enquiry form to find out more about our employment law services and our fixed fee initial employment advice meeting service.
Contracts and Service Agreements
Advice on negotiating your contract, highlighting risks you may be exposed to, and what to do if your employer wants to change the terms of your contract.
Independent legal advice when entering into a settlement agreement with an employer, so you fully understand what it means, what requirements must be met and how costs are covered.
Maternity and Parental Rights
If pregnancy, adoption or having a child raises issues at work, we can advise on your rights and entitlements, parental leave, flexible working requests and discrimination claims.
Guidance on what to do if you feel you have been subjected to discrimination (for example relating to race, sex, age or disability), including how to achieve settlements and secure Tribunal judgments to compensate for suffering caused.
Disciplinary and Grievance Issues
Legal advice on the process for disciplinary action or grievance issues and possible outcomes, as well as help to resolve matters with your employer.
Expert advice on what to do when you are concerned about wrongdoing in your workplace and are considering blowing the whistle or have been penalised for making a disclosure.
Help if you think you may have a claim and be entitled to compensation - we can represent you to negotiate with your employer or if you attend an Employment Tribunal.