When personal resolution with your employer becomes impossible seek Houghton Pigot Solicitors for employment law in Standish. Our firm is highly experienced in employment law with 2 office locations, one in Wigan and another in Ashton in Makerfield. We serve clients throughout the area including Standish. We know your frustration when you have been wronged by an employer and how powerless you feel to extract a fair resolution. Often this is a matter of the employer not having a correct understanding of employment law. They may honestly believe they are within their rights to curtail your employment. As laws are changed it is important for both employer and employee to maintain and work from current handbook information.
At Houghton Pigot & Co Solicitors, it is our job and our pleasure to stay current on all modifications to employment law. In Standish, sometimes staying current means employment law is reviewed multiple times during a year. Creating further confusion is the frequent occurrence of exceptions to laws or portions of the law. An employee who feels wrongly dismissed, discriminated against or whose job has been phased out by technology may be ignored by the employer. The employer feels no need for further discussion. You need more power and that is where Houghton Pigot Solicitors can be of service. It is likely our understanding of the laws are more extensive than the employer’s and they can be made to respond to inquiries from our law firm made on your behalf.
Job loss can devastate a family whose lack of understanding of employment law in Standish leaves them unnecessarily victimised. If this is you, then you need a team of experienced lawyers on your side. Call us at Houghton Pigot Solicitors for skilful representation of your interests backed by the power of the employment laws. We want to hear your story and determine how best to help you. You don’t have to accept a job termination without a fair hearing based on current employment law practices. Laws can be written, rewritten and amended until they are so ambiguous it is difficult to know the meaning. It is our commitment to use our full understanding of employment law to protect the rights of our clients.