Employment Law

Our Employment Law lawyers are specialists in dismissal cases, and can offer impartial advice n your rights and available actions.

If you have been dismissed from your job – whether you believe it was fair or unjustified – you may still benefit from expert legal advice. For example, if your dismissal is by a mutual agreement, then we can help you get the severance pay and/or benefits you deserve.

However, if you feel that your dismissal was unfair – due to discrimination, mismanagement, etc. – we can provide advice, assistance and representation at every step of your journey. By contacting PHRPL, we can advise you of your rights, whether you can challenge the dismissal and how to do so. After assessing your case, we can advise on potential compensation that you may claim through an Employment Tribunal or out-of-court settlement.

Contrastingly, if you have been fairly dismissed but your employer hasn’t fulfilled their obligations (such as rewarding holiday pay), you may have a Wrongful Dismissal claim.

You may also have a claim if you have not been dismissed but are subject to treatment that makes it impossible to continue working, forcing you to resign. A fundamental breach of contract like this can amount to a Constructive Dismissal, which is a complex legal issue, making it important to get advice before quitting your job or starting a claim.

Our specialists can help you in:

  • Grievances and Appeals
  • TUPE (Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006)
  • Redundancy
  • Discrimination and equal opportunities
  • Bullying and harassment
  • Disciplinary hearings, appeals and dismissal from employment
  • Compromise agreements
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Director termination and severance
  • Employment Tribunal claims and Appeals

For a free initial consultation with one of our employment law specialists, please call 01612246437, email info@phrpl.org, or contact us online.

For certain cases, we are able to offer no-win-no-fee payment options – meaning that you only pay us a percentage of your financial settlement – but we cannot offer this for every case. While we make every effort to provide a cost-effective way to fund your case, we are a non-profit organisation and need to maintain funds for our charitable objective of providing social and welfare assistance. Please contact us to learn more about our services and payment options today.

To learn more or arrange a meeting, please call 0161 224 6437, email office@phrpl.org, or contact us online.