Our employment law service is comprehensive
Why use Whatley Weston & Fox solicitors?
Our Employment Law team based in Worcester provides legal support to employers and employees, including multi-national businesses, listed companies, public authorities, schools, charities, SMEs, owner-managed businesses and start-ups. Our approach is to listen and understand your business or organisation, its values, visions and goals. That way we can help you to manage your staff successfully and with the minimum of employment relations problems. This helps avoid costly and time-consuming litigation and results in you having more time to achieve your goals.
The UK has extensive employment laws and where a dispute has arisen, we will advise on the best way forward for a fair outcome. We offer advice at the initial stage, through to representation at an employment tribunal or court if necessary.
Employment Law for UK businesses
At Whatley Weston & Fox, we offer employment law advice to help you deal successfully with employment issues affecting your business. Whether that’s employment tribunals, redundancy, maternity, discrimination – or any other employment law matter.
Our employment law experts are on hand to take the weight off your shoulders and allow you to get on with running your business. Our advice will free up your time so you can concentrate on what you do best.
Employment Law help for employees
The law has given employees – and in some cases other workers who might not count as employees – rights and entitlements in relation to their employment, including how they are disciplined and dismissed or made redundant, how their grievances are handled, wages, absence from work and sickness, holidays, work breaks and working hours, time off for family emergencies, maternity and paternity leave, and the right to apply for flexible working.
The law is complex but Whatley Weston & Fox can advise you if you may have a case, help you bring a claim, negotiate with your employer to get your job back, or for compensation, or represent you at the tribunal.