Employment law in Bradford

 

Employment law in Bradford is an increasing area of legal practice. This metropolitan town in West Yorkshire is heavily industrialised and as a result there are many people in work, some in the public sector and some in the private sector. Both sides are heavily protected by employment law and Contact law can put you in touch with Bradford employment law solicitors to help you in your case if you require one. Most cases involving employment law in Bradford are filed and heard in the Leeds Employment Tribunal as Bradford doesn’t have its own. The Leeds tribunal can be found on the 4th Floor, City Exchange, 11 Albion Street, Leeds, LS1 5ES and can be contacted on0113 245 9741.

Employment law covers many areas but the most prominent ones are redundancies, unfair dismissal, wrongful dismissal, discrimination, equal pay and minimum working hours. A lot of statute has come from UK legislative law and case law, and some of it from the European Union. In difficult economic times many people suffer the side effects of their employer’s exposure to recession, as redundancies are seen as a swift way for an employer to save money. It is common, then, for solicitors to be required to go over compromise agreements as well as deal with other types of employment issues. If you have been given a compromise agreement, ensure that you employer is paying for your legal costs and then get in touch with Contact Law so that we can find the right Bradford employment lawyer for you.

If you would like help finding recommended employment law solicitors / lawyers in Bradford, Contact Law can put you in touch with a firm we work with free of charge. So, if you have any questions please call us on 0113 245 9741 or complete the web-form above.

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