An employment lawyer on your side when you need it
Work is a large and important part of our lives. As in other areas of life, difficult situations and disputes at work are inevitable. It helps to get practical yet sympathetic employment law advice when a work situation puts your wellbeing and finances at risk.
At RWK Goodman, we provide employment law advice which will help you to avoid costly mistakes and protect your interests. From employment tribunals to discrimination at work, you can trust us to help you resolve your situation quickly.
Employment law advice with your interests at heart
Our employment lawyers are adept at dealing with difficult situations. We advise employees in all business sectors and in any type of role, including significant experience of senior executive and director disputes. However, we represent both employers and employees and so have a clear sight of both perspectives. This is a real strength, as it helps us find creative yet practical solutions to your employment law problems.
As an employee, you may need expert and prompt employment law advice in these situations:
When your employer is offering you a settlement agreement, we will act fast and go through the agreement terms line by line to make sure you’re getting the best deal possible.
Negotiating an exit
If you have been unfairly treated at work, you may be looking for a way to negotiate an exit from the business on the best terms possible. We will advise you on strategy and tactics to enable you to achieve your objective, and support you every step of the way.
Discrimination cases can be highly complex and sensitive. We take an objective legal view and provide you with pragmatic yet sympathetic advice.
In a redundancy situation, employment law advice helps you get the best deal and move on. Being made redundant is often stressful and upsetting, and we are there to make sure you are being treated fairly.
Facing a disciplinary meeting can be distressing. An experienced employment lawyer helps you prepare for a hearing, analyses your case and advises you on potential claims against your employer if necessary.
When you submit a grievance at work, your employer should invite you to a grievance hearing. We prepare you for the initial meeting, analyse your employer’s response and help with a subsequent claim if necessary.
Taking your employer to an Employment Tribunal is usually the last resort when other ways of dealing with a problem at work have failed. As employment tribunal lawyers, we help you prepare your case and take you through all the stages of the process, from assessing your case to representing your interests at the hearing.
Employment solicitors tailoring their service to you
Our employment law advice is direct, pragmatic and sympathetic. We help you resolve a difficult situation quickly and with minimum fuss, at costs that are transparent and explained to you at the outset.