Employment law solicitors
We provide advice on rights arising in the workplace, helping with aspects including grievances, discrimination, bonus disputes, termination of employment, unfair dismissal and settlement agreements.
Employment law advice for employees
We provide advice on rights arising in the workplace, helping with grievances, whistleblowing, equality, discrimination and bonus disputes, through to rights arising from the termination of employment, constructive dismissal, unfair dismissal, including on exits by way of settlement agreements (also known as compromise agreements or redundancy agreements).
Our Employment Lawyers are experienced in advising employees on settlement agreements in a wide variety of situations, including redundancy, ill-health and performance management. We will advise you on the terms and effect of the settlement agreement and our advice can include negotiating any payments offered and/or the terms of the agreement.
With offices across Scotland in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Thurso, Elgin & Shetland our employment team will be happy to help with your employment issues. Employment law is UK-wide and we can help you even if your employer is based elsewhere in the UK.
Our award-winning team of specialist employment lawyers advise on every aspect of employment law.
“I have dealt with Harper Macleod for over ten years and have nothing but respect and admiration for the firm. I also use them for my own personal legal matters as I have total confidence in their professionalism and in the quality of their staff and advice.”
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