Unsure of your employment rights?
Problems with your employer?
As an employee, you have a number of statutory rights in the workplace which protect your pay, working conditions and rights to equality and fair treatment. Your employer must abide by its obligations under the law and must follow the relevant employment policies and procedures.
At Myers & Co Solicitors our employment law solicitors have extensive experience of all kinds of workplace problems, including:
- disciplinary hearings and grievance procedures
- employment tribunals
- executive termination
- restrictive covenants
- settlement (formerly compromise) agreements
- unfair dismissal
- unpaid wages, bonus or commission.
If you have been unfairly dismissed or discriminated against at work, you may be entitled to compensation.
Funding your case
We will discuss all your funding options with you, including any tribunal fees payable. If you have existing cover under a personal insurance policy or a general household policy which includes legal expenses insurance, please let us know-you may be able to make a claim for your legal costs.
Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our specialist employment solicitors offer independent legal advice and representation on all types of employment law problems. To find out more, contact our employment law solicitors or call Myers & Co Solicitors on 01782 577000.
What clients say
“I was recommended to use Myers in an employment matter and received a first class service and advice from Sarah. I would use Myers again without hesitation.” Mr S
“Sarah Everton dealt with my employment issues. I found Sarah very understanding, thorough and she explained everything to me in relations to my rights. I was extremely pleased with the service provided and will definitely recommend.” Mrs B
“I would like to thank Sarah for her patience with this case and with me when I got frustrated. Sarah guided me on parts to deal with it myself to allow me to keep the costs under control, which I am very thankful for.” Miss R
“Myers & Co Solicitors could not have been more helpful, kept us well informed without bombarding us with ‘no news’ info – well done!” Mrs M
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