Employment law guide

This is a free employment law guide covering the basics of British employment law.

The guide covers what is employment, the contract of employment, workers or self-employed, part-time workers, fixed-term employees, wages, national minimum wage, holidays and working time, disciplinary and grievance procedures, dismissals, redundancy, working parents, employment tribunals, health and safety.

Go to the free guide index by clicking on the link below:

Free employment law guide index.

Bishopsgate Law

Employment law help for employees from Bishopsgate Law

Bishopsgate Law, a firm of solicitors in London and Hertfordshire, helps employees with employment law problems bring employment tribunal claims and represents them at tribunals.

Employment tribunal claims

Bishopsgate Law offers a free case assessment by e-mail for employment tribunal claims.

Employment tribunal case assessment by e-mail.

Employment law for employees

Information about how Bishopsgate Law may be able to help employees with employment law and workplace law problems.

Employment law help for employees.

Settlement agreements

Employment lawyers at Bishopsgate Law can give advice to employees who have been offered a settlement agreement by their employers, about which they must seek independent legal advice before accepting.

Settlement agreements help at Bishopsgate Law.

Employment law guide - your rights at work

A guide to your rights at work for employees, which covers different forms of employment, the contract of employment, wrongful and unfair dismissal, equality and discrimination at work, employment tribunal claims and statutory employment rights.

Download the guide to your rights at work here.

Bishopsgate Law is a firm of solicitors authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, with offices in Bishopsgate, London EC2, and Potters Bar in Hertfordshire.


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