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Employment Tribunal Disputes

Disputes between employer and employee in the workplace will inevitably occur and you may find yourself faced with bringing or defending a claim. Mincoffs specialist employment team are able to act on for both employers and employees in Employment Tribunal claims.

As an employer, you’ll want to ensure that disputes don’t impact negatively on your business and wherever possible, it’s best to resolve differences directly with your employees.  However, workplace disputes can be often seen as a drain on management time which is why it is important to seek advice from specialist solicitors who can act efficiently as well as effectively.

As an employee, if you are in dispute with your employer and have tried other forms of mediation such as grievance or disciplinary, and you are seeking to bring the dispute to an Employment Tribunal, it is imperative that you seek advice from a specialist employment solicitor.

Led by Partner Nick Smith, our employment team has the knowledge and specialist experience to deal with Employment disputes of any kind including:

  • Representation in tribunal claims
  • Breach of contract
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Resignations
  • Redundancy
  • Service agreements
  • Bullying and harassment
  • Discrimination, including sex, age, disability and race
  • Grievance and disciplinary matters
  • Whistle-blowing

Whether you are an employer or employee, Employment law is complex and ever-changing and Employment Tribunals can be a lengthy and stressful process so you should seek specialist advice from the outset to ensure the right conclusion.

To speak to a member of our Employment team call 0191 281 6151 or email nsmith@mincoffs.co.uk

For a responsive, commercially aware, friendly service contact:

Nick Smith

Partner, Head of Employment

T: 0191 212 7739nsmith@mincoffs.co.uk

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