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Employment Law in Scotland

Most of us will spend a vast majority of our lives in work. It’s therefore important that the employment relationships we form, whether as an employee or employer, run as smoothly as possible. Workplace disputes should also be resolved quickly and effectively, in a way that’s mutually acceptable to everyone involved. And if an employment relationship comes to an end, it’s vital that it is terminated in a way that’s fair to both parties.

Employment Solicitors for Employees & Employers in Paisley, Scotland

If you’re an employee or employer based in and around Paisley, looking for effective and cost-efficient employment law solutions, contact us to see how we can help. The specialist employment law solicitors at Hunter & Robertson are experts in the complex legal framework that governs employment matters – from helping employers to draft the documents that govern their employment relationships (such as employment contracts and workplace policies & procedures) to helping employees understand both their own and their employer’s rights and responsibilities (such as in respect of health & safety, discrimination, redundancy and unfair or wrongful dismissal).

Our Employment Law Expertise

Our employment law solicitors are on hand to assist with all types of employment law issues, both contentious and non-contentious, including:

  • Employment Contracts
  • Employees’ Rights (including maternity/paternity leave and pay)
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Health & Safety
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Employment Tribunal Claims
  • Discrimination (in areas such as age, disability, religion, belief, sex and sexual orientation)
  • Harassment
  • Equal Pay
  • Unlawful Deduction of Wages
  • National Minimum Wage
  • Sick Pay
  • Working Time
  • Pensions
  • Redundancy
  • Unfair or Wrongful Dismissal
  • Professional Discipline

Employment Law for Employers Paisley, Scotland

The ever-changing, fast-moving nature of employment law means employers are under a tremendous burden when it comes to staying up-to-date and in compliance with their many legal obligations. The workplace environment and relationships with employees can also be volatile presenting ample opportunity for issues to arise that can damage the business. At Hunter & Robertson, our specialist employment law solicitors can help you take action early on, so you have contracts of employment in place that contain clear terms and conditions, and suitable policies and procedures for dealing with employee discipline and grievance, as well as the termination of an employment relationship. If you are currently in a dispute with an employee, such as in respect of unfair dismissal, or concerned an issue may arise, we can help you protect your interests throughout the entire process, from settlement agreement negotiations with the employee, to representation before an employment tribunal or court. Our aim is to provide our employer clients with all the tools they need to effectively and efficiently deal with an employment law matter, so they can focus on running their business.

Employment Law for Employees Paisley, Scotland

Employees can face many complex issues in the workplace, but they needn’t face them alone. The team at Hunter & Roberts on regularly provide expert employment law guidance and support to employees in respect of all types of work-related issues. If you are being made redundant, have been unfairly dismissed, going through a disciplinary or grievance process, been offered a settlement agreement or experiencing bullying or discrimination at work, we can help you understand your options and take steps to find the best solution for you. Our aim is to make sure you are fully informed, to help you address issues and enforce your rights in the workplace, in a way that results in a positive outcome.

Employment Tribunal Claims

The team at Hunter & Robertson have particular expertise in negotiation and advocacy in respect of employment tribunal claims and appeals. Our solicitors are known for their specialist knowledge of employment law and have substantial tribunal and court experience. We regularly receive referrals from other solicitors in need of our expertise, and our significant client loyalty is testament to our skill and dedication.

We also understand that the cost of getting legal advice and assistance is often a concern, but we strongly believe that it should not be a barrier for those looking to resolve an employment law matter. That’s why we offer a range of funding options, tailored to your specific circumstances, which will allow you to pursue or defend your interests.

Hunter & Robertson – Expert Employment Law Solicitors Paisley, Scotland

If you live in Paisley, Renfrew, Houston, Dalry, Linwood, Johnstone, Bridge of Weir, Elderslie or another surrounding area, and in need of employment law advice from specialists, please contact the employment law solicitors at Hunter & Robertson to arrange a free diagnostic interview – call 0141 889 3196 or fill in our online contact form.

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Contact Hunter & Robertson Solicitors Paisley, Scotland

At Hunter & Robertson, our solicitors take a sympathetic, practical and efficient approach to deal confidently with our clients’ legal issues. We have an outstanding reputation for delivering a high quality and seamless service to our clients, even in the most challenging of circumstances. Our team will place your interests at the heart of every decision we make and offer consistently reliable and practical advice.

We serve clients in Paisley, Linwood, Renfrew, Houston, Johnstone, Dalry, Bridge of Weir, Elderslie and the surrounding areas, please contact us on 0141 889 3196 or fill out our online enquiry form.

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