Employment law is a type of legal practice that links to everything that we do during our work. It covers a wide array of topics that include everything, such as the rights of the employees, the rights that the employers have, obligations, duties, and other relevant topics.
A healthy balance between the employer and employee in either multi-national corporate or a small family business is very important to maintain a stable harmony between these two-party.
This is the basis that makes up the whole of the employment law.
How Can a Solicitor Help You?
In the case of representing either a group of employees or individuals, an employment law solicitor will have the responsibility to gather as much information as he or she can as well as preparing all of the necessary information that is needed, which includes documents like claims and contracts.
Apart from that, they can also help you to provide some professional advice to you and conduct settlements and negotiations on your behalf, which proved to be very useful for a lot of people.
Some of the Issues that a Solicitor Can Help You With Include (For Employees):
- Breaches of Contract
- Unfair Dismissal
- Complaints of Harassments
- Racial and Gender Discrimination
- Employment Status
- Equal Pay
- Tribunal Representation
Services that a Solicitor Provides to the Employer:
- Talent Mapping and Recruitment
- Whistleblowing Problems
- Daily HR Support
- Tribunal and High Court Representation
- Employment Aspects of Outsourcing, Mergers and Corporate Restructuring
- Effects of Equal Pay Legislation
- In-house Training on Employment Matters
Why Does Employment Law Exist?
Employment law is made to provide protection to everyone when it comes to their job matters. Without this law, there will be absolutely no obvious authority that governs, especially when there is a conflict between the employee and employers.
With this law in place, as an individual in a civilized society, you will be able to get help some help as this law will be there to prevent any kinds of bullying, discrimination, or unfair balance of power that might happen in the working world.