Complete employment law solutions

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Employment Law

Bennett & Philp’s Employment Team are able to assist individuals with all of their legal needs in relation to employment.

Whether you are about to take up a job and want a review of the offered contract, have been sacked or made redundant, or have been the subject of discrimination, harassment, bullying or other unfair treatment at work, we can help.

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Overview of services

Please contact our Employment Team to find out how we may be able to help you. Our services include:

Adverse Action

Bullying, Harrassment and Discrimination

Dismissal and Redundancy

Employment Conditions and Contracts

Industrial Relations

Workplace Discrimination.

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Adverse Action

Employees are entitled to exercise their workplace rights without fear that their employer will take some form of adverse action against them because they exercised that right.

If you have sought to exercise a workplace right and your employer has treated you unfairly because you have done so, you have likely been subjected to unlawful adverse action.  If you have suffered loss and damage because of that adverse action you may well have rights to be compensated.

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Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination

Every employee has the right to work in a workplace free from bullying and harassment and unlawful discrimination.  Being subjected to bullying and harassment and/or unlawful discrimination can have detrimental effects far beyond the workplace – it can adversely affect the employee’s home life and health.

If you are being subjected to bullying and harassment and/or unlawful discrimination or any other unfair treatment, you have the right to do something about it.

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Dismissals and Redundancy

If your employer has terminated your employment then you may have rights against your employer for unfair or unlawful dismissal or for unlawful adverse action taken against you.  In such circumstances, you may be entitled to compensation for the loss that you have suffered as a result of your employer’s unfair, unlawful and/or wrongful actions against you.

Where the employer has purported to terminate your employment by reason of redundancy, you should be careful to ensure that the redundancy is genuine and/or that you are receiving your full entitlements on termination.

Strict time limits apply for taking action to enforce your rights about any unfair or unlawful dismissal.  If you consider that you have been in any way unfairly or wrongfully dismissed, do not delay.

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Plan your next move

To find out more about your rights as an employee and how we can assist you, please contact our Employment Team today.

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