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Employment for Employees

Our solicitors have experience in advising employees on their employment situation. In particular, we advice senior managers, executives and company directors.

We regularly advise and negotiate settlement agreements for substantial sums.

Our advice includes advice on termination issues relating share options, bonuses and pension. We work to ensure that you obtain the best possible deal on the termination of your employment.

If you have a dispute at work, feel that you are being forced to resign then we can assist you in pursuing your claim. Our solicitors have considerable experience of dealing with employment tribunal claims and can offer you the best representation.

In addition, if you are offered a settlement agreement then we are able to provide you with the independent legal advice you need. Our legal advice may include advice about the terms of the agreement and the value of the settlement offered.

We can act quickly to validate your claim or if necessary act on your behalf to negotiate a higher sum. Our aim is to ensure that you receive the best possible settlement.

Why Choose
Prolegis?

  • Speak to a Solicitor from day one
  • No win, No fee
  • Law Society accredited
  • National coverage
  • Professional and personal service

 

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For further information or for a free, no obligation discussion, call us now on on 01274 493958, or complete the enquiry form.

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