Case Study: Fundamental breach in employment contract
Do you need advice on claiming for constructive dismissal following a breach in your employment contract on the part of your employer in Sheffield? You could be entitled to bring a claim against your employer if you have felt that you had no other option but to resign from your job due to the conduct of your employer and should make a no obligation call to the dedicated employment law team at Oakwood Solicitors to find out how we could help you achieve the best possible results available to you by bringing a claim against them to an employment tribunal.
If a fundamental breach in your employment contract has been made by your employer such as they have not paid you what you were owed or made unreasonable changes to your working hours and you cannot resolve this issue with them you could be eligible to bring a claim against them to an employment tribunal. It is advised that you feel you have a strong case for constructive dismissal you should hand in your resignation without unreasonable delay as if you continue to work in the circumstances an employment tribunal could see this as acceptance of the breach in your employment contract and the conduct of your employer. It is strongly recommended that before you take legal action you submit a written grievance to your employer detailing your complaint and intentions. You must then allow a reasonable time period for them to respond. Failure to do this could result in a reduction of up to 25% in your compensation award is successful at an employment tribunal as it is a breach in the ACAS code of practice. Do you need advice on employment law with regards to bringing a claim against your employer following your constructive dismissal due to their conduct at work in Sheffield? Then you should make a no obligation call to the highly qualified and experienced legal professionals at Oakwood Solicitors as we could provide you with accurate and personalised advice clear step-by-step guidance and exceptional legal representation to help you maximise the compensation award the UK by bringing a claim against your employer to an employment tribunal following your constructive dismissal. Mr M from Paisley recently got in touch with the dedicated employment law team at Oakwood Solicitors to discuss his case of constructive dismissal along with his eligibility to pursue a compensation claim against his employer. Our legal professionals thoroughly examined all aspects of this case on behalf of Mr M to establish if he did undeniably have grounds to bring a claim against his employer in pursuit of compensation for the loss of earnings that he has incurred as a result of his constructive dismissal and advised Mr M accordingly. If you are seeking expert legal advice on bringing a claim against your employer following your constructive dismissal from your employment you should consult the dedicated employment law team at Oakwood Solicitors as we have extensive experience in handling cases in this field and we could help you to successfully secure the full recompense that you justly deserve in Sheffield or elsewhere in the UK by calling our friendly and extremely helpful staff today on: (0844) 844 9866.