Employment Rights

As an employer, it is important for you to understand the rights that employees are entitled to in the course of their employment. These rights are outlined in the Employment Rights Act 1996, which gives statutory guidelines that employers must adhere to.

The duties that an employer owes to an employee are increasingly wide ranging and also cover, in some circumstances, relationships with fellow employees. To avoid any misunderstandings or tribunal claims it is imperative that you safeguard your business and understand your rights and obligations as an employer.

Legislation provides a wide range of rights for the employee including;

  • Minimum Wage
  • Paternity rights
  • Maternal/Paternal/Adoption leave
  • Working time regulations
  • Holidays
  • Sickness leave
  • Flexible employment
  • Discrimination

Why choose us?

Employment rights can be complex and may vary according to an employees individual contract of employment. We are able to offer you sound advice as well as guidance and assistance in providing or reviewing employees contracts of employment.

 


Kim McDonald
Kim McDonald

Associate Solicitor, Civil & Commercial Mediator
Exeter
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INDIVIDUALS, Personal Injury, Employment Law - Employees, Civil Litigation Individual, Civil Mediation, Civil Litigation Business, Employment Law - Employers, Licensing, Debt Recovery, Landlord and Tenant

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Helen Clegg
Helen Clegg

Solicitor
Exeter
email | 01392 424242

INDIVIDUALS, Personal Injury, Employment Law - Employees, Civil Litigation Individual, Personal Debt Recovery, Civil Litigation Business, Employment Law - Employers, Debt Recovery, Landlord and Tenant

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