Employment Law Advice

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Employment Law advice. Workers are protected from unfair treatment in the workplace by Employment Law. The Law gives them the right to be treated fairly by their employers.

Employment Law advice,unfair treatment in the workplace is a serious problem. It's also one that can be hard to prove, which means it's often a "he said, she said" situation that leaves people in difficult situations.

But it doesn't have to be! Here are some employment law advice tips for identifying unfair treatment at work, so you can start standing up for yourself—and potentially even get help from your employer.

1. If your boss gives you negative feedback about your performance or behavior in a way that feels like he or she has an ulterior motive, it's probably fair game for you to ask what's going on. You might have been doing something wrong without realizing it (like being too loud at lunch), or maybe the boss just had a bad day and needs to vent. Either way? You deserve an explanation from your boss before you assume it's because of something else entirely.

2. If there are certain team members who seem to get away with things other people don't (like taking long lunches or being rude), ask yourself if there is any reason why those people might be getting preferential treatment over others—and if so, what that reason could be? If nothing comes up except "they're just better at their job," then maybe you should consider whether you have to change.

However, if you are experiencing any of the following scenarios, and suspect your employer is not handling the matter fairly, you should seek employment law advice. Click here for further information about how We Talk Law can help.

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If you haven’t been made redundant because your job no longer exists, new technology has made your role unnecessary, or your employer needs to cut costs or close the business.

Unfair Dismissal

If your employer has ended your employment with or without notice.

Grievance and Disciplinary Matters

If your employer has made a complaint about you, or if you’ve made a complaint about your employer.

Discrimination in the Workplace

If you’re being treated unfairly because of your age, gender, marital status, pregnancy, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or skin colour.

Simple legal advice

If you are experiencing any of these employment issues, call We Talk Law on 0203 002 4898. Our experienced lawyers will help you understand your workplace rights and help you take the appropriate action.

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