Employment Law Advice Portsmouth

No matter whether you're an employee or an employer, it's always useful to understand employment law and what your rights are when it comes to hirings, firings, redundancy and other work-related issues. Read through the following articles to learn more about employment law and find local companies and providers who can help you find what you’re looking for.

Addison Madden
023 9282 7711
Pendower House
Stokes Solicitors LLP
023 9266 1541
229 London Road
Kingswell Berney
023 9258 2211
2 Stoke Road
Warner Goodman
01329 288121
Portland Chambers
Warner Goodman
023 92267211
11 St. Georges Walk
Churchers Solicitors
023 9251 0055
3 High Street
Donnelly & Elliott
023 9250 5500
38 Stoke Road
Bill Charlton
023 9250 3366
53 Stoke Road
Gray Purdue
023 9226 5251
Wellesley House
023 9225 1257
15a Somerset House Hussar Court

Employment Law Advice

Employment Law Advice

Job Loss

How do you keep your head when you have lost your job? You may be feeling a sense of panic or shock, mixed with anger and distress. In some circumstances you may even be feeling a tinge of relief. These are normal reactions to sudden job loss whether through redundancy or dismissal.

You probably feel daunted by your situation but you can take back control and minimise the financial and emotional turmoil you are going through. There is help and support to guide you through. We would recommend that you get professional legal advice from solicitors in your region who are expert in Employment Law.

Most people are nervous about contacting solicitors because they fear the costs involved. Many solicitors provide a free initial consultation, face-to-face or more usually on the telephone, to establish whether you have a case worth pursuing. If you have a case, an Employment Law expert will help you and give you indicative costs before proceeding.

Many people's career path undergoes changes along the way, it's part of what keeps our work interesting and motivates us. Some of the most successful people have attained success simply because they were forced to make changes or adapt to new work situations, some even faced bankruptcy or redundancy.

If you have been made redundant then you can find some key information on your rights on redundancy here.

More information about wrongful dismissal is available here.

If you have been offered a compromise agreement and need more information then follow this link

HRBullets.co.uk : lots of free employment law advice as well as much more

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