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Employment Dispute Lawyers for Employees

Resolve Employment Disputes: Reclaim Your Workplace Rights and Peace of Mind

In the professional landscape, disputes at the workplace can be immensely stressful and damaging, especially when you’re an employee. At 360 Law Services, we specialise in representing employees in various kinds of employment disputes, from unfair dismissals and harassment to contractual disagreements and wage disputes. We understand how crucial it is to swiftly and effectively resolve these disputes, preserving your rights and ensuring a harmonious work environment in accordance with UK employment laws. 


We aim to relieve the burden of these challenging circumstances by providing expert guidance and skilled representation. Our goal is not just to solve the problem at hand but to also safeguard your professional future. 

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    Our Employment Disputes & Litigation Expertise

    Unfair Dismissal Cases

    Guiding you through the complexities of unfair dismissal claims, making sure your rights are upheld throughout the process.

    Discrimination and Harassment

    Expertly handling cases that involve discrimination or harassment in the workplace, ensuring that justice is served.

    Wage and Hour Disputes

    Assisting you in resolving issues related to unpaid wages, bonuses, or other forms of compensation.

    Contractual Issues

    Helping to clarify and resolve disputes that arise from employment contracts, including unfair terms or breaches.

    Grievance Procedures

    Representing you in internal grievance procedures, ensuring that your voice is heard and fair treatment is provided.


    If you’re facing redundancy, we can help you understand your rights and the correct procedures your employer should follow.

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    FAQs - Employment Disputes

    What constitutes unfair dismissal?

    Unfair dismissal is when you are let go from your job without a valid reason or without the correct legal procedures being followed. 

    How do I know if I have been discriminated against or harassed?

    Discrimination and harassment often manifest through consistent patterns of negative behaviour, mistreatment, or decisions that adversely affect you due to a protected characteristic.

    What should I do if I'm owed unpaid wages?

    Contact us immediately to determine your rights and the best course of action to reclaim what you are owed.

    Is redundancy the same as dismissal?

    Redundancy and dismissal both result in job loss, but redundancy is generally because of organisational changes, whereas dismissal can be due to your own performance or behaviour.

    What is an employment contract and how does it affect me?

    An employment contract outlines the terms and conditions of your employment. Any breach of this contract can be grounds for a dispute.

    How are grievances handled within an organisation?

    Grievance procedures vary by organisation, but they generally involve a formal process for raising and resolving issues.

    Can I be let go while on maternity leave or sick leave?

    There are strict rules around dismissing someone who is on maternity or sick leave. Doing so without proper cause and process may be considered unfair dismissal.

    Do I need a lawyer for a disciplinary hearing?

    While not required, legal representation can help ensure that your rights are protected during a disciplinary hearing.

    What are my rights if my employer changes the terms of employment unilaterally?

    You may have a claim if your employer significantly changes your terms of employment without your consent.

    What should I do if I believe I'm being bullied at work?

    If you believe you are experiencing bullying, it’s crucial to seek legal advice to understand your rights and options for resolution.

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