In order for your employer to terminate your employment they must follow a fair and proper procedure. If your employer did not follow proper procedures and breached employment laws whilst dismissing you, you may be entitled to claim unfair dismissal.
The ‘correct’ procedures your employers must follow in dismissing you include, but are not limited to:
- Carrying out a reasonable investigation
- Have not treated you differently to colleagues accused of similar conduct
- Dismissed you in connection with a business transfer that was handled badly
If your employer has breached any of the above, you may have grounds for a claim for unfair dismissal. If you feel you have been unfairly dismissed our employment law specialists are here to help with clear advice on all of your options. This includes advise on your chances of success and how to challenge the unfair dismissal.
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Unfair Dismissal Fees
We offer a professional yet personal service at competitive prices. Therefore 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. 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 may offer a damages based agreement (also known as ‘no win, no fee’). For further information see here.
2 steps to contacting Howells:
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.
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, getting to know you and understanding what you want to achieve. To get the best results for you and achieve commercially sensible outcomes it is essential that we understand your business.