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Employment Law

Employment disputes and dismissals

“As an employer, you are responsible for ensuring that your business is fully compliant with employment legislation. Dealing with employment disputes and dismissals can be quite complex. If employers do not take the time to ensure that regulations are adhered to, they could potentially face lawsuits as a result. Lance Mason is specialised in employment law and our experts can clarify any details you are unsure of.”

What is an employment dispute?

Employee disputes can be the result of misunderstandings, personality clashes or power struggles in the workplace. Employers need to ensure that they deal with employee disputes in a fair and reasonable manner. You may have an ongoing dispute in your business that you are unsure how to deal with; our solicitors can explain the correct procedure and help you protect your business from non-compliance with employment regulations. It is crucial that you follow certain steps and our experts will explain everything you need to know, without the legal jargon.

What is a dismissal?

If your employee conducts themselves in a way that directly violates the terms of their contract, you can choose to dismiss the individual. However, the grounds in which the employee can be dismissed are very complex and you need to act carefully in order to avoid unfair dismissal lawsuits. As an employer, you need to ensure that you follow the correct procedure and most importantly, maintain compliance with employment law regulations. Lance Mason is highly experienced in employment law and can explain the dismissal procedure step by step. Our ultimate priority is to ensure that the professional and financial future of your business is protected.

Get in touch

It is important that the law firm you choose fully understands the way your organisation operates so that the advice is tailored to suit you. At Lance Mason, we value our clients as individuals and will take the time to get to know you and the way your business works.

For more information, contact Lance Mason today on 08000 84 2000.

All our initial advice is free of charge with no obligation involved.

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