We recommenced providing free employment law advice following the Supreme Court ruling confirming that employment tribunal fees were unlawful.
We offer basic one-off advice provided by volunteers. This service is only available to people on low income and will be one-off advice only as there is no provision for a full casework service.
This service is subject to availability of volunteers, and we do not advise employers.
If you are an employer seeking legal advice, please contact a local solicitor.
We are able to offer advice in the following areas:
- Disputes over wages.
- Your rights when your employer changes.
- We can draft and negotiate Settlement or compromise agreements.
- Your rights if you have been made (or are about to be made) redundant.
- If you receive less favourable treatment in the workplace because of your race, religion, disability, gender, pregnancy etc.
- Your request for time off or flexible working has been refused.
- Your fixed term contract has ended but the job is still needed.
- You are facing disciplinary proceedings or have already been dismissed.
- Your job is at risk because of long term sickness, personal injury, or poor performance/capability.
- Employer is failing to act on your grievance or follow any standard disciplinary procedures.
- Agency and umbrella contract workers who have problems with contracts including holidays and overtime.
- Maternity Rights.
- You want to make (or have already made) an Employment Tribunal claim.
- You face victimisation or harassment following something you did.
- Unfair dismissal - including constructive or wrongful dismissal.
- TUPE Transfer.
- Breach of Contracts.