Problems At Work

Problems or hostility at work can have a hugely detrimental effect on your health and home life.

It's important to nip any issues in the bud before they get to that stage.

There have been so many changes to employment laws and processes since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic that it has left many people baffled trying to ensure they are being treated fairly at work.

Terms like Furlough, Job Retention Scheme and temporarily laid off are now being used but what does this mean for you?

Inappropriate action by an employer, supplier or client is often easily resolved. But it’s important to understand your rights and the options open to you, should things not improve.  Our employment solicitors will treat your case with the delicacy it requires. We can help no matter the situation.

A few examples of what we can help with include:

  • If you’re facing dismissal or redundancy
  • If you’re facing an accusation from a colleague
  • Workplace bullying or harassment
  • Workplace discrimination
  • Unsure if you have been paid the correct amount under the job retention scheme?

Don’t tolerate a hostile work environment. Speak to us today about resolving your situation.

For more information about bullying and harassment in the workplace, click here.

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The Problems At Work Team

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  • Andrew Bryan
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Your help was very much appreciated, I felt at ease throughout my case.

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