Employment law covers a broad area of legislation and entitles workers and employers to certain rights. Amendments to legislation are frequent, forcing companies to reassess the way they operate and protecting the rights of those who work in a wide range of industries.
If you believe your employer has breached any aspect of the law, Clough & Willis has the expertise to help you make a successful claim.
Delivering practical advice in a straight-forward and effective manner, our dedicated team of specialist solicitors can provide a realistic appraisal of your claim.
We are UK employment law specialists with extensive employment law experience and can advise on employment matters including:
- Unfair dismissal
- Constructive dismissal
- Employment law tribunals
- UK Employment legislation
- Employment law and business
- Maternity and paternity rights
- Settlement / Compromise agreements
- Discrimination (Race, Sex and Disability)
Adopting a proactive approach, the team has a significant and successful track record in representing employees at all levels.
With extensive litigation experience, Clough & Willis has a practical and in-depth understanding of the complex issues associated with tribunals.
Find out more about how the team at Clough & Willis can help with any aspect of employment law by contacting us today. We have offices in Bolton and Bury and you can either call us on 0800 083 0815 or complete the online enquiry form on the side of this page and we will be in touch.
Employment Law News
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Here’s the problem (and it’s a common one) – your employee resigns, gives you 3 months notice and you think he’s going to work for one of your competitors. You want to put him on garden leav… Read More
BREXIT - Crystal Ball Gazing From an Employment Law Perspective
So it’s decided, we’re out! In a period of inevitable uncertainty what are the likely implications of Brexit so far as Employment Law and HR? Looking into my crystal ball I see the following… Read More
The National Living Wage
The National Living Wage comes into effect on 1st April 2016 and workers aged 25 and over will be entitled to receive a minimum of £7.20 per hour. Read More
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