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No win no fee employment law solicitors Manchester

Whether you’re an employee or an employer, there are many different areas to employment law and if you ever come across an issue in the workplace, you might need specialist legal advice to navigate the problem. The consequences for businesses if they get things wrong with their staff policies or how they deal with a certain situation can be severe, so it’s important that the right support is there to help stop this kind of situation developing. For employees, knowing and understanding your rights and having an expert to advocate for you in a situation with your employer can make all the difference to the outcome.


Business employment law solicitors in Manchester

There are various aspects of employment law that every business needs to be compliant with if they employ staff. All areas, from initial staff recruitment, through to managing staff and dealing with whatever issues occur along the way, can be challenging for employers to deal with and getting things wrong can have serious consequences. If you deal with an employee in a way that is considered unlawful then you leave the business open to potential claims and even criminal prosecution in some circumstances. To help protect employers from this and ensure that all of your policies and management frameworks are compliant, our Manchester employment law services for businesses include areas such as:

  • HR support
  • Employment contracts
  • Grievances
  • Disciplinaries
  • Redundancies
  • Defending employment tribunals
  • Settlement agreements
  • Performance management
  • Policy management and updates

Employment law solicitors for employees in Manchester

Many people encounter issues at work from time to time, but if the problem can’t be easily resolved, or if you feel as if you have been treated unfairly or unlawfully by someone at work, you might need legal support to help you navigate the situation. Workplace issues can vary widely, but our team of experienced employment law solicitors in Manchester can offer specialist advice across areas including:

  • Settlement agreements
  • Contract disputes
  • Redundancy
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Constructive dismissal
  • Discrimination
  • TUPE
  • Employment tribunals
  • Wage disputes
  • Civil claims

Why choose our employment law solicitors in Manchester?

Whether you’re an individual looking for support on a workplace issue or an employer wanting specialist advice for single or multiple areas, our experienced Manchester employment law solicitors can help. We provide specialist, accurate legal advice and always strive to achieve the best possible outcome from the situation for every client. When it comes to problems that affect your business or your career, you’ll want to ensure that you have the right legal support with you at every step, providing best in class representation on any workplace issue.

Get in touch with our employment solicitors Manchester team today on 0161 696 6170 to find out how we can help you with any employment law related enquiry.

How can our solicitors assist you?

At Stephensons, our employment law specialists in Manchester boast over three decades of experience handling various employment-related matters. With a deep understanding of the intricacies of employment law, our team is dedicated to providing personalised solutions tailored to your specific needs.

We recognise the distress that workplace issues can cause, considering the significant amount of time individuals spend at their workplaces. That's why our approach revolves around providing what we call 'the personal touch' to address your employment concerns effectively.

No matter your position within a company, whether a high-ranking executive or a junior staff member, you can expect the same level of dedicated legal representation from our team. Our goal is to ensure that you receive expert guidance while keeping costs manageable and transparent throughout the process.

Our friendly and empathetic employment law solicitors are committed to delivering clear and concise legal advice, making sure you understand all your options every step of the way.

What is no win no fee employment law?

"No win no fee" employment law refers to a legal arrangement where a solicitor agrees to represent a client in an employment dispute without charging any upfront fees. Instead, the solicitor's fees are contingent upon the outcome of the case. If the client wins the case, the solicitor is entitled to receive payment for their services, typically in the form of a percentage of the compensation awarded to the client. 

However, if the client does not win the case, the solicitor does not receive any payment for their services, hence the term "no win no fee." This arrangement allows individuals who may not have the financial means to afford legal representation to pursue their employment claims without taking on the risk of incurring legal fees if the case is unsuccessful.

Contact our employment law team today

Dealing with workplace issues can be sensitive and challenging. That's why at Stephensons, you'll only interact with highly trained professionals who will ensure a smooth and efficient process from start to finish.

If you're facing an employment-related problem or seeking guidance on your rights and options, don't hesitate to reach out to us. You can schedule an initial consultation by calling 0161 696 6170 , or contacting us online.

Whether you require representation, assistance with claims and appeals, or simply need advice on navigating employment tribunals, our solicitors are here to support you every step of the way.

Our coverage

We have offices in all of the following locations and provide our no win no fee employment solicitor services nationwide:

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