The ever-changing world of employment laws means our employment law solicitors see enquiries from both employers and private clients (employees) looking for employment law advice on a range of issues - contracts of employment, changing terms of employment, settlement agreement, constructive dismissal, unfair dismissal, disability discrimination, redundancy law, discrimination and harassment claims, employment tribunal and garden leave.
Employment law solicitors in York and Yorkshire
If you are an employer, Crombie Wilkinson employment law solicitors in Yorkshire will prepare you with the necessary legal advice and documentation to ensure your business is compliant with changing employment laws. We’ll work with you to ensure a happy and efficiently run business in any sector.
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Crombie Wilkinson Employment Law Services
Ultimately, our role as a North Yorkshire employment law firm is to find solutions for everyone - both the employer and the employee - whenever they find themselves needing advice on employment law.
Our employment law solicitors also advise employees on a range of discrimination and harassment issues including sex, race, disability and age discrimination.
We understand the importance of cost-effective legal advice and work with many employers regularly as part of ongoing HR support concerning employment law services.
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Our employer services
We have a team of expert solicitors that offer employment legal advice, support and representation to employers. Our employer services include:
Contracts and Terms
We can assist with hiring new employees and also keep you up to date with new employment contract legislation and how that might affect your business. We regularly prepare employment contracts and issue employee terms as well as third-party supplier contracts, and give advice on employer rights.
Should you require an employment solicitor to represent you at an Employment Tribunal, we can offer this service on a cost-effective basis. Our employment solicitors will ensure you have the legal facts and support to get the best possible outcome.
Redundancy / Dismissal
When times are tough, we understand that redundancy and dismissal are sometimes unavoidable. Our employment solicitors can guide you through the process and help you avoid the associated pitfalls. This means both the employee and the employer part ways on amicable terms.
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Our employee services
For employees, please do not hesitate to contact us if you require legal advice on:
Discrimination and Harassment
Discrimination in the workplace can present itself in many forms. If you’re an employee that has suffered any form of discrimination at work, speak to Crombie Wilkinson’s employment law solicitors and we’ll provide you with essential legal advice.
Transfer of Undertakings (TUPE)
When a business changes owner, its employees may be protected under TUPE – the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations. The purpose of these regulations is to protect employees when the business they work for changes hands. TUPE ensures contracts of employment are automatically retained upon transferring from the old employer to the new employer.
If you feel you have been unfairly dismissed, we can help. Any dismissal issued by your employer which suggests you have been ‘let go’ due to sex, race, disability or age could be a matter to take further and we will offer legal advice needed to resolve the case and exercise your employee rights.
Maternity / Paternity Rights
Worryingly, pregnancy discrimination is on the rise and many employees are unsure of their legal maternity or paternity rights. Our employment law solicitors can provide confidential legal advice to ensure you (as a pregnant woman) are not being discriminated against in your workplace.
Written and Verbal Warnings
If you have received a written or verbal warning at work, we can advise if this is a legitimate way to handle the situation according to employment law and ensure your employer is acting in a legally sound manner.
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