Employment

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What's it regarding?

The employment team at Levins provide expert advice to both employers and employees. Because we have skilled solicitors, they have an excellent track record in helping and supporting clients:

  • from the initial interview,
  • issuing or defending a claim,
  • negotiating a settlement agreement or
  • all the way through to an Employment Tribunal hearing if necessary.

“Thanks again to yourself Louise, and Jon, for dealing with my case. I am very pleased with the outcome and I would highly recommend you both to anyone who needs an employment solicitor”  – client feedback September 2019.

 

Employees

Have you been treated unfairly by your employer? Or are you thinking of leaving and want to know whether you have a claim for constructive dismissal? Contact us and we will let you know where you stand.

Do you think you have been unfairly dismissed, or discriminated against? We can represent you before the employment tribunal.

The process begins with an initial interview – so that we can get to know you, your situation and to assess your case. As a result of that interview – if we agree to take on your case – we will also speak to you about legal expenses insurance which you might have on your household or car insurance. Alternatively, if you don’t have insurance, we can often accept instructions on a “no win, no fee” basis. 

Employers

If you are an employer, we can provide pragmatic advice tailored to your needs. We provide advice on employment contracts, your company policies, redundancy and how to make the process fair, settlement agreements and defending claims all the way through to an employment tribunal.

 

Our in depth knowledge of employment law means our clients – both employers and employees – are happy to recommend us to others looking for advice. Please click on the links below for more information on just some of our employment services :

 

For information on the employment law changes being implemented from April 2019, please click here to read our article.