Sunday, June 16, 2019

Employment Solicitors in Cheadle

Employment Law Advice – Cheadle

Our panel employment law solicitors advise employers and employees in Cheadle on the full range of employment law matters.

Whether you’re an employee that needs advice on a settlement agreement, or an employer that needs an employment solicitor to advise on an employment tribunal claim, disciplinary procedure, workplace grievance, employment contract or another employment law issue, we can help.

Address

Eden Point, Three Acres Ln, Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle SK8 6RL.

By appointment only.

Employee Legal Costs

Funding options with our panel solicitors include:

Free Employment Law Services

  • Initial telephone appointments are free.
  • Settlement Agreements signed-off by our panel solicitors with no charge to you. That’s because its customary for employers to pay for employees get legal advice on a settlement agreement. Your solicitor then sends their invoice to your employer.
  • If you are thinking about bringing an employment tribunal claim, check whether you have legal expenses insurance that might cover the cost of your solicitor.

Fixed Fees

Many employment law services can be offered on a fixed fee basis. Speak to your solicitor about this.

No win no fee employment law advice

If you don’t have legal insurance or access to other free sources of legal advice, our panel solicitors may be able to act for you on a no-win-no-fee basis if your case meets relevant criteria (based likelihood of success, value, and complexity).

Hourly rates / estimated fees

For most straightforward matters a fixed fee is appropriate.

But for more complex matters, a solicitor may not be able to agree a fixed fee. Instead they will provide an estimate of their fees, based on an hourly rate.

To give their client added peace of mind, a solicitor may be able to agreed staged levels of capped fees, which they will not exceed without your further authority.

You should always discuss funding options with your solicitor at the outset.

Employer Legal Costs

  • Funding options include:
    • Fixed fees for project work, like drafting employment contracts.
    • Fixed fees retainers, for day-to-day employment law matters.
    • Charges based on time spent , applying an hourly rate.
  • We recommend you speak with your solicitor to explore the best funding arrangements for your business.
  • Services
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Disciplinary Procedures
  • Dismissals
  • Grievance Procedures
  • Employment Tribunals
  • Employment Contracts, Policies and Procedures
  • Disability Discrimination
  • Employment Status
  • Working Time.
  • Business Transfers / TUPE.
  • Data Protection Advice / General Data Protection Regulation / Subject Access Requests