Employment Law Specialists
Employment Solicitors Glasgow
Employment and Partnership Solicitors who represent Directors, Executives, Partners, Employers, and Firms. We are one of Scotland’s most dynamic law firms. Clients include private individuals and businesses of all sizes.
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Complete Employment Law
Problems at work might be overwhelming, but our attorneys are here to help you through the process. When you contact us, we will explain all of your options to you in plain English so that you fully understand them. We will give you practical advise, such as the fees involved and whether we can work together. We offer a free initial consultation to see whether you have a good case and how to proceed; there is no obligation to continue, so call our experts now if you are having problems at work.
What makes our employment lawyers different?
What makes our employment lawyers different is that we understand the unique challenges that employees face. We are dedicated to protecting the rights of employees and fighting for their best interests. We have a deep understanding of employment law and are committed to helping our clients achieve the best possible outcome in their case.
Employment Dispute Lawyers
If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated from your job, or have otherwise been the victim of workplace discrimination, you may need to consult with an employment dispute lawyer. We specialise in handling cases involving wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, and other types of employment-related disputes. They can help you determine whether you have a valid claim against your employer, and if so, can assist you in pursuing damages.
Being Employment Law Compliant
As an employer, it is important to make sure that you are compliant with all employment laws. This includes ensuring that your hiring practices are fair and non-discriminatory, that you provide a safe and healthy work environment, and that you pay your employees fairly. By being compliant with employment laws, you can avoid costly penalties and actions at the court or the employment tribunal.
Will Brexit change employment law?
It is not yet clear how Brexit will change employment law in the UK. However, it is possible that some EU-derived employment laws, such as those relating to working time and equal treatment, may no longer apply after Brexit. Employers and employees should keep up to date with developments in this area.
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Complete Employment Solicitors
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Employment Law Blog
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How Can We Help You?
We are a team of employment solicitors based in Glasgow who advise and assist a wide range of customers with legal issues in the workplace. We often assist clients from many industries and can help you whether you are a part-time employee, a long-term employee, or even a corporate director