Employment Contracts for Employees
Do you need advice on your employment contract? The breadth of our client base and experience means that we are well placed to advise on all aspects of employment law from the basic to the most complex of cases.
How we can help you
As an employee, you may have a written employment contract which sets out your terms of working including your responsibilities and duties, holidays, hours of work and access to benefits. Even if you don’t have a written contract, an employment contract can be implied, depending on the practical working arrangements in place.
Should there be any changes proposed to or any issues with your employment contract you may need to seek help from a solicitor, especially if you believe any of the terms have been broken.
Some disputes may need to go before an employment tribunal if they cannot be resolved directly with your employer. We regularly represent clients across the UK in cases before the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal and, when required, the Court of Session, Supreme Court and European Court of Human Rights.
From contracts to unfair dismissal and whistleblowing, we are regularly called upon to advise clients and can help try to resolve any issues you have. We recognise that, for the individual involved, every case is personal and our people are here to help.
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If you’d like to hear more about our expertise in Employment contracts or if you have specific questions, please contact us.
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