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Employees2018-06-29T13:00:41+00:00

Employment Law Made Easy. Legal Advice For Employees.

When problems arise at work that require specialist legal knowledge, it’s good to know there’s someone you can call to make life a little easier at a challenging time.

Whether you have vital question about your contract of employment or a grievance against your employer. Or you find yourself in a serious work dispute and can’t see a way out. Or you face dismissal from your job. Or you face discrimination because of a disability or other characteristic.  Element Law will help you understand your options with straight forward advice that won’t confuse or complicate the matter. I’m here to help.

As a specialist employment solicitor in Kent, I can advise you on your rights as an employee. Including the basics such as maternity pay and holidays, all the way through to representing you at employment tribunal.

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Legal Services For Employees

  • Advice on contracts of employment
  • Director’s service agreements / Director’s rights and duties
  • Consultancy agreements and compromise agreements
  • Restrictive covenants and non-compete clauses
  • Unfair dismissal and redundancy
  • Negotiating a favourable exit or settlement package
  • Resolving disputes such as disciplinary, discrimination and grievance issues
  • Pursuing an employment tribunal claim

What Next?

I offer a very personal service that fully understands the sensitive nature of your situation and will fight for your best interests at all times. For a confidential chat about your workplace issue call 01892 516216.

If things need to be taken further you’ll find our billing options are flexible to fit into your budget. I can meet you at a location convenient for you.

Everyone has the freedom to enforce their rights as an employee – let me help you get heard.

Legal News for Employees

Read the latest news and articles relevant to employees and their employment.

Moving forward on “Good Work” initiatives, Rest Breaks and Personal Injury

May 15th, 2019|

In the news this month: New Legislation on “Good Work”, Increase in Injury to Feelings Awards, Injury at Work Social Event, Financial Services Approved Persons, Suspension during Disciplinary, Rest Breaks and Personal Injury, Worker Status, and Consultation on Public Sector Cap on Compensation [...]

Workers’ Rights, GDPR, Office Banter & No-Deal Brexit Policy

December 12th, 2018|

In the news this month: In the new this month: Taking Holidays, Part-Time Workers’ Fair Treatment, Workers' Rights, Officer Banter and Harassment, GDPR and Emails, Whistleblowing and Banks, Work Life after #MeToo and EU Nationals' Rights on no-deal Brexit. Taking Holiday Kreuziger v Berlin and Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur [...]

Autumn Budget, Dismissals, Employment Liability & Qualifications Post Brexit

November 8th, 2018|

In the news this month: In the news this month: Autumn Budget, whistleblower dismissals, social events and employer liability, data breach by aggrieved employee, proposed rules on worker’s tips, mandatory Ethnicity Pay Reporting plans, and recognition of professional qualifications post-Brexit. Autumn Budget: Key Employment Announcements [...]

Bereavement, Partnerships, Tribunals and Self-Employment

October 9th, 2018|

In the news this month: Parental Bereavement Leave, Salaried Partner was not an employee, Tribunal Claims on the increase, No change to self-employed NIC’s, Mental Health in the Workplace initiative, possible end to Auto-Enrolment on Brexit, and tackling the Gender Paygap Right to Leave for Bereaved [...]

A Key Case on Legal Advice Privilege, and other stories

September 12th, 2018|

In this month’s edition, we discuss the recently published “no-deal” Brexit Workplace Rights notice, tribunal limitation dates, bad faith in victimisation claims, new ACAS guidance on references, legal advice privilege, and our changing working world. No-Deal Brexit: Workplace Rights The government has committed to a series of technical notices aimed at providing [...]

Hermes and Deliveroo delivered a blow on the testing issue of Employment Status

July 24th, 2018|

This month: employment status challenges, disability dismissals and justification, oncall claims, holiday pay and overtime, LGBT action plan, minimum wage “naming and shaming” and Brexit legislation  European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 receives Royal Assent On the 26th June 2018 the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 received Royal Assent. The Act provides the [...]

“The service Kate provided was invaluable –in terms of knowledge, advice and very importantly, focussed efficiency to achieve the best outcome possible.

Kate was always there when I needed her. At a stressful time, her knowledge, advice and support helped me resolve my case quickly and efficiently so I could move on with my life.”

R Hafenrichter

“Five minutes into our first meeting, a small ray of sunshine had entered my life! From the moment I left her office, I instantly felt positive and rejuvenated about everything. She explained everything clearly and precisely and never, ever made me feel pressurized into making swift decisions. Whatever your final call going forward, she’d back you to the hilt. Kate was, during my case, a complete professional- incredibly patient, understanding and someone I’ve come to recommend a couple of times. And if you’re reading this, I’d recommend her to you as well.”

Carl Eatson

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