Have a look at our informative legal guides to help you feel prepared.
When you prepare to make an equal pay claim at an employment tribunal, you need to prove that the company you work for is paying you less than colleagues who perform work that’s equal, of equal value, or work that’s rated equivalent.
If you’ve entered into a workplace dispute, a settlement agreement could help resolve the matter rather than taking your claim to an employment tribunal.
Your employer can, in some circumstances, deduct your pay. Find out if your wage deductions are authorised or unauthorised, and how to get your money back.
Whether you’re planning on drawing up a will or wish to contest an existing one, it’s important to know what makes a valid will. An invalid will can financially hurt your beneficiaries – and your final wishes won’t be carried out.
If your employer hasn’t paid you, is withholding wages, or making unauthorised deductions, they’re breaking the law.
Find out what evidence you need and whether you should make an unpaid wages claim.
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on businesses – and with it, we’ve seen sweeping redundancies across the country.
Explore what’s happening in the jobs market, and what you can do if you’ve been affected?
When someone fails to fulfil their duty of care to you, you’re entitled to make a personal injury claim against them.
Facing a dispute or dismissal at work? Our FAQs help you explore your rights and what you can do to resolve an issue in the workplace.
Having an accident at work can come as a shock. So, it’s important you know how to respond in a way that protects your health and your job.