Employees

Facing problems at work is very stressful and can have a huge impact, not just on your work life but your personal life too.

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Facing problems at work is very stressful and can have a huge impact, not just on your work life but your personal life too.

Our specialist employment UK lawyers are highly experienced in advising people who, for whatever reason, aren’t seeing eye to eye with their present or former employer.

Has your employer treated you unfairly?

Do you feel that:

  • you were unfairly or unlawfully dismissed
  • you were discriminated against
  • you were harrassed or bullied
  • you had unlawful deductions made from your salary; or
  • maybe you have suffered another breach of your employment contract

Our specialist team of multi-cultural, highly rated employment UK lawyers are here to help.  During our consultation with you, a dedicated employment lawyer will listen to your concerns, clearly explain your rights and advise you on the best course of action to take.

Contact us today to book an initial consultation with one of our UK employment law experts

Settlement Agreements (also known as a Compromise Agreement)

A settlement agreement is a legally binding contract which can bring an employment contract to an end on agreed terms. 

If you have been offered a settlement agreement or have a question in relation to one, contact our specialist employment law team for advice.

It is important to note that if your employer has presented you with a settlement agreement to end your contract with them, you must seek independent specialist legal advice before signing the document.  This is a legal requirement.

Whether you are looking to sign your settlement agreement with as little fuss as possible or aiming to maximise your financial termination package, our specialist settlement agreement service is tailored to meet your needs. 

It is usual practice that your employer pays a contribution towards our fees which often covers the cost.  However, if your employers contribution is not sufficient enough for us to provide you with the best legal advice that you deserve, it may be a requirement for you to pay the difference.

For more information or to arrange a consultation to discuss matters, contact us today on 0330 107 0107 or email us at info@imd.co.uk to speak to a member of our multi-cultural employment law team based in the UK located at Manchester, Birmingham and London.

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