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What Our Clients Say
Very thorough service, that addressed our needs completely.Thrilled client
Excellent all round serviceClient to Pardoes
Maeve was very friendly, approachable and explained everything in a way that we could understand.Mr F.
My experience thus far with Pardoes has inspired confidence in the firm.Bridport Office
Pardoes' Employment team, led by Maeve Vickery, is very responsive and knowledgeable, and understands business needs.Legal 500 in relation to Maeve Vickery
Employment Law for EmployeesEmployment Disputes are Stressful
We spend so much time at work that problems can escalate unless we do something about them. Yet often we don’t know what options are available to us and so feel powerless.
We understand that a dispute at work can be extremely stressful and unnerving, particularly if you have not been in that situation before. Whatever problem you are having, we want to help you understand what your employer’s legal obligations are towards you and what your rights are.
We will set out your options and help you pick what is right to do in your individual circumstances.
Our specialism lies in explaining things to you in plain English. You can be sure that we will be friendly and approachable and always seek to make things that little bit easier for you.
In particular, we have expertise in the following:
- Bringing Tribunal claims
- Advising you on the terms of your Settlement Agreement and negotiating terms
- What your contract of employment means and whether it has been breached
- Unfair dismissal
- Bullying and harassment
- Flexible working rights
- Maternity, paternity and other family rights
- Redundancy and whether you have been fairly treated
- Whistle Blowing
Whatever your issue at work, we can help. We can explain your rights and options and support you through whichever option you choose to take.
If you have been offered a Settlement Agreement (formerly known as Compromise Agreements) and would like an estimate of our fees for providing you with the necessary advice, please click here.
If you need help with an employment issue, call one of our dedicated employment law specialists today. Freephone 0800 862 0442 or submit an online enquiry and a member of the team will contact you as soon as possible.
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