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Employment law solicitors Warrington

Anyone can find at some point that they need employment law advice, whether you’re an employer or an employee, no matter what industry you work in. Employment law support is essential for helping to navigate issues that might crop up in the workplace but is also a vital component of protecting both businesses and individuals from work-related problems developing in the first place.

As expert employment law solicitors serving the Warrington area, our team can provide specialist support for both employers and employees in all aspects of the field, bringing our extensive experience and diligent approach to every situation.


Employment law solicitors in the Warrington area

For employees, no matter what sector or type of business you work in, there are regulations in place to help protect your rights and keep you safe. If you feel that you are being treated unlawfully or unfairly by your employer, it’s important that you find out where you stand from a legal point of view so that you can understand what options are open to you. Having problems in the workplace can be very stressful and has an impact not only on the individual, but also often their family and other loved ones too. Therefore, it’s important to try and resolve the situation as quickly as possible so that you can move forward with your life. This is where we come in. Our team of employment law solicitors offer services to employees on areas including:

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

Employment law solicitors

Every employer in Warrington and elsewhere in the UK has various legally required regulations to adhere to in the ways they recruit, retain, manage and terminate employees. The journey for businesses is rarely all smooth-sailing and there is usually no exception when it comes to handling employees and any issues that might occur along the way. This is why it’s essential that businesses are fully aware of their legal obligations and ensure that all of their HR policies and procedures, along with their employment contracts, are compliant and help protect them if a problem should crop up.

Sometimes, difficult decisions might have to be made by businesses in relation to their staff, so it’s important that the organisation has accurate and up-to-date employment legal advice to navigate these issues fairly and in accordance with the law. Our services for businesses include:

  • HR support
  • Redundancies
  • Employment contract support
  • Assistance with grievances
  • Workplace disciplinaries
  • Employment tribunals
  • Settlement agreements
  • Performance management

Why choose Stephensons as your employment law solicitors?

Whether you’re looking for employment law advice as an individual or a business, our specialist team have the knowledge and experience to help you make informed decisions and navigate workplace issues when they occur. We’ll be with you at every stage to help deliver the best possible outcome from the situation and ensure that you always understand your rights, your legal position and what your options are.

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

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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