Advice On Employment Rights In Bradford
Advice On Employment Law – Solicitors; Is your business seeking help and advice on employment rights and how statutory obligations affect your business in Bradford? Inthe ever growing ?claim culture? it is never been more imperative for your business to stay up-to-date with employment laws and legislations and the team at Oakwood Solicitors will be able to provide your business with help and advice in relation to statutory employment rights.
Workers in this current day and age have many employment rights and the government imposes regular changes to protect both the employer and the employee. As a business it is vital that you stay up-to-date with all changes that are made in employment law as a failure to do so can result in your business facing legal action at the Employment Tribunal. The Employment Rights Act protects employees within the working environment and it ensures that employers act fairly &provide all employees with basic minimum requirements. Some of these rights include:
? The right not to be unfairly dismissed from the working environment.
? The right to be in a reasonably safe environment.
? The right not to be discriminated against by an employer or employees within an organisation.
? The right to minimum pay.
? The right to ask for flexible working hours.
? The right to work no more than 48 hours a week.
Above are just a small number of examples of the basic minimum rights that employees have within a business however our team will be able to provide your business with assistance to ensure that you meet all statutory employment rights to help you avoid litigation.
The reason my organisation is seeking advice on employment rights is because I am facing legal action at the Employment Tribunal in Bradford because I allegedly did not abide by these laws and legislations; will the team at Oakwood Solicitors be able to provide my business with legal representation?
Across Yorkshire our team have built up a strong reputation for assisting organisations in various different types of claims. We are more than happy to assist your business if you are faced with legal action for breaching statutory employment rights and we will be able to advise your business on the best possible path to take to ensure the dispute is solved in a timely and cost-effective manner.
When businesses are faced with legal action for not providing statutory employment rights it can sometimes attract the attention of the media. An article which was published in the Pink News on 5 March 2007 discusses a well-known retailer that was accused of discrimination and unfair dismissal. A particular section of the article reads ?an employment tribunal has ruled the retailer Next’s failure to deal with a complaint of homophobic harassment amounted to unfair dismissal. The lesbian woman won her case after persistent taunting and abuse at the hands of co-workers led her to quit her job.?
If your organisation is seeking advice on statutory employment rights whether you are facing legal action from a disgruntled or aggrieved employee in Bradford or if you are looking to avoid litigation you can contact the team at Oakwood Solicitors for advice and assistance today on:0113 200 9720.
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