Where employees are faced with a breach of contract on the part of the employer, should that breach be fundamental and the employee consequently resigns, then the employee then has the option of launching a claim for constructive dismissal should they have more than 2 years continuous service. Furthermore, even if the breach is accepted and the employee does not therefore resign, they still retain the option of suing the employer for breach of contract. The latter applies regardless of whether the breach is fundamental or not.
Taking A Case To An Employment Tribunal
Should you require advice on breach of contract related issues or in relation to an Employment Tribunal matter, then please call one of our solicitors immediately on 0333 3010 700 or complete the questionnaire on the right hand side of this page.
Should you have been offered a Settlement Agreement (which used to be known as Compromise Agreements) which you require independent advice on, then please call one of our employment law solicitors immediately on 0333 3010 700, or complete the questionnaire on the right hand side of this page. We will then arrange an appointment with you to go through the Settlement Agreement.
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To contact The Employment Law Solicitors about an employment law problem, please either telephone us on 0333 3010 700 or complete the short questionnaire above. Simply click the 'Send Now' button to submit the questionnaire once you have completed it. Upon receipt, it will be assessed by a solicitor who will then contact you to discuss the matter. The solicitor appointed to contact you, will be a specialist in your type of employment law issue. The Employment Law Solicitors handle cases on behalf of clients throughout the country. Headquartered in Wilmslow (Cheshire), we also have offices in Manchester, Liverpool, Warrington (Cheshire), Chester (Cheshire), Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Exeter, London, Nottingham, Bristol, Stoke-on-Trent, Preston, Knutsford (Cheshire), and Alderley Edge (Cheshire).
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