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Employment Law Solicitors

Morecrofts’ employment team has built a strong and prestigious reputation over many years acting for employers and employees to help them achieve the outcome they seek. Whether this is an employee seeking to negotiate a severance arrangement with their employer, an employee looking to pursue a claim to an employment tribunal or an employer seeking to defend a tribunal claim, we will maintain our focus on achieving our client’s objectives.

What is involved in bringing an employment claim?

The procedure will depend to some extent on the type of claim you are seeking to bring.

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Settlement Agreement Solicitors

A settlement agreement is a document that an employer may offer an employee in order to make sure the employee doesn’t bring or continue with any claims against them.

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Discrimination Solicitors

Do you feel that you have been the victim of discrimination?

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Advice for Grievances in the Workplace

If you feel you've been unfairly treated as an employee, it's important to take the correct steps.

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Unfair Dismissal Solicitors

If you feel you have been unfairly dismissed, we can guide you through options.

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Pregnancy Toolkit

Being pregnant is an exciting time for families – and there’s a lot to sort out before your little one makes an appearance.

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Employment Tribunal Claims

There are strict time limits for the bringing of claims and it is absolutely essential that employees take legal advice sooner rather than later.

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Negotiating Severance Packages

Are you likely to be leaving your employment by way of a severance deal? Has your employer given you the impression that they want you to leave?

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Advice for Reviewing Contracts

Every worker is entitled to be given a statement of terms when they start work. This used to be required within two months of an employee starting work but is now required upon them starting.

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