NHS Employment Law in Birmingham
Nhs Employment Law Birmingham Are you currently working for the NHS but feel that there may be an incident which has made you consider the thought that you may need to speak to a team of experts who are qualified in employment law whether you work in Birmingham or anywhere else in the country? The highly trained and understanding experts here at Oakwood Solicitors understand it if you need to speak with a professional solicitor with regards to any queries that you have about your employment rights or about a particular concern you have with your employer then you would like clear and concise advice from a team of solicitors who are able to pursue a claim against your employer if necessary with as little stress and worry caused to you as possible.
There are many reasons for which you can take your employer to an employment tribunal in the hopes of receiving a large amount of compensation for your individual circumstances. These instances can include but are not limited to discrimination in the workplace sexual harassment or bullying unlawful deduction of wages pregnancy discrimination unlawful dismissal constructive dismissal and unfair redundancy. If you are worried that you may be the victim of one of these unfair actions by your employer then it is important for you to get in touch with the highly trained and understanding experts here at Oakwood Solicitors for advice on the best course of action for you to take.
If you feel that is an employee of the NHS you?ve been treated unfairly by your employer and would like to speak to a team of dedicated and understanding experts in the field of employment law then please contact the helpful team here at Oakwood Solicitors today to begin the process of investigating your potential claim or answering any questions you may have with regards to your employment rights.
?As employees or workers the law gives us certain rights. These rights might stem from our contract of employment called ‘contractual rights’ or from statutes ? Acts of Parliament or Regulations ? called ‘statutory rights’.
Statutory rights might be particular to us as individuals such as protection against unlawful discrimination or be ‘collective’ or group rights for example union recognition where there is sufficient support.? Work Smart
So if you are an NHS employee and you feel like now is the right time to speak to the highly dedicated and extremely understanding experts in the field of employment law in the hopes of being able to take your employer to an employment tribunal and receive the maximum amount of compensation available to you depending on your circumstances then please get in touch with the highly skilled and helpful experts here at Oakwood Solicitors on (0844) 844 9866 so that we can begin to investigate your case and advise you on whether you?d be able to make a claim against your employer whether you are based in Birmingham or anywhere else in the country.