Employment Law Solicitors in Liverpool, Leigh, Runcorn & Warrington

Having difficulty with an employer? Feel you have been unfairly treated or discriminated? Mark Reynolds Solicitors have offices in Liverpool, Leigh, Runcorn & Warrington, call us for a free initial consultation on 0800 002 9577, alternatively, fill out a contact form to the right or go through to our contact page by clicking here.

Employment law can be complex but our solicitors will always get straight to the heart of the matter by providing professional, practical and down to earth legal advice. We are very client focused and offer a personal approach when dealing with your concerns. We will take the time to understand your situation and our aim is to achieve the best result for you as quickly and efficiently as possible. If you live in Liverpool, Leigh, Runcorn or Warrington you can visit our offices for friendly no-obligation advice.

Employment law can be complex and fast paced but our specialist  Solicitors will always get straight to the heart of the matter by providing professional, practical and down to earth legal advice. We are very client focused and offer a personal approach when dealing with your concerns. We will take the time to understand your situation and our aim is to achieve the best result for you as quickly and efficiently as possible. If you live in Liverpool, Leigh, Runcorn or Warrington you can visit our offices for friendly no-obligation advice.

Experts in Employment Law

At Mark Reynolds Solicitors, we can help with any employment law problem and have extensive experience in dealing with both Employee and Employer matters. Our Employment Solicitors work on the full range of both contentious (such as employment law tribunal matters) and non-contentious matters (such as contract drafting) issues.

Mark Reynolds Solicitors will advise and support you in relation to any difficulties you are experiencing as an employer, or an employee. We can guide you through the ACAS Early Conciliation process and  if necessary, we can offer full support in taking your case to an Employment Tribunal..

We have 4 offices situated across the northwest in Liverpool, Leigh, Runcorn & Warrington and can offer home visits where necessary.

Our specialist Employment  Solicitors will go through with you what is involved when making an Employment Tribunal claim, and we will always ensure that the best advice and support is given to you during your first meeting.  A claim to an Employment Tribunal is one of many options to consider where there is an employment dispute, and here at Mark Reynolds Solicitors we can advise you on the most cost effective solution to resolve any issues you may be having with your employees or employer, including Settlement Agreements.

What you need to know about Employment Law

UK Employment law is a vast and constantly changing landscape which regulates the relationship between workers , employers and Trade Unions and workers in the UK benefit from a number of employment rights, some of which they may not be aware of These rights span from having the right to be provided with a written statement of employment particulars to the right not to be unfairly dismissed or discriminated against.

If you feel that you have been treated unfairly at any point in your employment it is important to seek advice regarding any potential redress you may have, and we are always happy to help.

As an employer it is important to make sure you are compliant with UK Employment Law at all times to avoid potentially costly Employment Tribunal claims, and to maintain a happy and productive workforce. If you would like advice on how to stay compliant or would just like to check that your currently contracts. Handbooks, policies and procedures are fully up to date with current Employmet legislation, we are happy to offer document reviews and updates, please contact us to arrange an appointment.

Employee services:

  • Unfair dismissal
  • Breach of contract
  • Unpaid wages
  • Redundancy
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Pregnancy/maternity discrimination
  • Race discrimination
  • Sexual orientation discrimination
  • Religious belief discrimination
  • Disability discrimination
  • Age discrimination
  • Tribunal representation

Employer Services:

  • Drafting employment contracts and handbook
  • Drafting bespoke policies and procedures
  • Drafting of Settlement Agreements
  • Tribunal representation
  • Advice in relation to employee issues including;
  • Disciplinaries
  • Grievances
  • Redundancies
  • Flexible working requests
  • Family leave

Employment contracts

Regardless of their position, every employee will have either a written or verbal contract and as an employer you are required by the law to provide written evidence of the terms and conditions of their employment. By changing these terms without the knowledge of the Employment Law Solicitors Liverpool, Leigh, Runcorn & Warringtonemployee you are breaching their contract which can cause legal issues. It is also mandatory that as an employer you comply with the minimum statutory requirements of pay which looks at minimum wage, working hours which looks at working time regulations and leave in terms of their paid holiday entitlements, also looking at sick pay statutory rights.

Employee’s rights

Any good employer knows that you need to respect all employee rights which is especially important when it comes to health and safety measures in the working environment. This is why providing your employees with the opportunity to belong to trade unions is extremely important. If a female employee has been employed for a certain amount of time, they are entitled to time off before and after giving birth and maternity pay. These statutory rights can also apply to adoptive parents and male employees seeking paternity leave.

A crucial aspect to Employment Law is the right to protection against any form of discrimination whether it be due to race, ethnicity, colour, sex, age, disability or nationality. It should also be noted that within the realms of sex based discrimination, gender re-assignment or marital status which includes civil partnership discrimination is also illegal. If a person, either employee or visitor to the company feels victimised or discriminated against in any way whilst on the premises, the employer is liable.

How to manage employees

It is required by employers to inform any employees of changes or redundancies within the company that will affect them. Having fair and completely transparent disciplinary and grievance procedures written is also a necessity. All employees should be made aware of these and your company should have senior employees in place who are trained in handling these type of issues.

Contact Mark Reynolds Solicitors

To speak to one of our employment law team members in our offices situated in Liverpool, Leigh, Runcorn & Warrington, please call us on 0800 002 9577 for immediate assistance. Alternatively complete our online enquiry form in the red box on the right or by clicking here to go through to our contact page.