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Employment Law For Employees

Employment Law For Employees

Employment laws are in place to protect you and ensure that you are treated fairly when you’re at work. However sometimes things go wrong and employers don’t always employment law right.

Your workplace is more regulated than it has ever been and the law covers almost every imaginable area from discrimination and sexual harassment to health and safety, parental rights, working hours and pay.

Our experienced employment specialists offer pragmatic, strategic and focused advice that gives you clear guidance, with a range of legal services to help you manage issues in the workplace.

Clients benefit from years of high-level expertise in South Yorkshire, delivered by a team which enjoys exceptional knowledge across a wide range of employment law.

Our employment specialists can support you with:

Settlement Agreements >

Grievances and Disciplinary >

Employment Status >

Unfair Dismissals >

Redundancy >

Discrimination >

Whistleblowing >

ACAS Early Conciliation and Employment Tribunals >

Coronavirus Update

There is lots of information online regarding what support and information there is available for employees during the Corona Virus outbreak, many of it is hearsay and gossip. Keep up to date with Employment Law in regards to the Coronavirus outbreak here.

Employment Law Fees

We offer a professional yet personal service at competitive prices, so you can be sure to receive a great value service with peace of mind over costs. We will always provide you with clear information about the costs involved in us handling your case.

There are a range of payment options depending on your case and Howells provides services with a range of fixed fees or competitive and affordable hourly rates. If your case is suitable and after an assessment of the case we believe it has good merits, we can also offer a damages based agreement (also known as ‘no win, no fee’). For further information see here.

2 steps to contacting Howells:

Step 1

Call our New Enquiry Team on 0114 249 66 66 or email for an initial chat about your situation.

Step 2

We’ll listen carefully to you, clarify what you’re trying to achieve, and then explain if and how we can help you. We will take some initial information and liaise with a legal professional regarding your case. If it looks like we can help, we will book you in for a consultation with a legal professional.

The Employment Law For Employees team

Our Employment team, is renowned for its no-nonsense, energetic and pragmatic approach. Its success isn’t just down to its extensive knowledge of the law, it’s also the way we pride ourselves on putting our client first. It’s our desire to see rights upheld, injustices corrected and disrupted lives put back on track. Either way, these are people you want working for you.


Common Questions

Q.I’ve already been to ACAS and have been granted a certificate, can you help me?

A.Yes, if Early Conciliation was not successful, we can help you to look at whether you have grounds to make a claim to the Employment Tribunal and to then assist you with this. You usually need to do this within a month of the certificate being issued so don’t wait too long before taking advice.

Q.I’ve issued my claims in the Employment Tribunal, can you help me now?

A.Yes, we are able to help you even if you have commenced legal action yourself. Normally, we would need to conduct a review of your case initially to understand what the nature and merits of your claim are.

Q.I lost my case in the Employment Tribunal, can you help with an appeal?

A.Yes, you have 42 days to appeal against a Judgment. We can review the Judgment and the paperwork in front of the Tribunal to consider and advise if you have grounds for appeal.

Q.I have been awarded compensation by the Employment Tribunal, but my employer has not paid me?

A.We can advise you about enforcing an Employment Tribunal Judgment.