Employment Law Guides

When dealing with a workplace dispute, it's essential that proper procedures are followed – and at Ashby Cohen, we understand this better than most.

We also understand how important it is for you to look after your own welfare, which is why we've compiled these guides to help you gain a better understanding of several fundamental employment law areas.

Whether you're an employee or employer, it's our belief that you should have access to the very best legal advice to help protect your interests and to obtain a swift and satisfactory resolution to your work-related issue.

Please click on the links below to learn more...

An Employee's Guide to Employment Rights

From wages, holidays and flexible working, if you're an employee faced with problems in the workplace, you can find more information about your employee rights here.

An Employer's Guide to Employment Law

Help sidestep costly and destructive legal proceedings by reading our employer's guide to employment law and recognise the importance of preventative action in the workplace.

Settlement Agreements: A Short Guide

Have you heard about a settlement agreement, but you're not sure what it involves? Suitable for employers or employees, our handy article breaks down some key points.

A Brief Guide to Unfair Dismissal

Learn more about what constitutes unfair dismissal and discover how to protect your interests whether you're an employee or employer.

Bullying in the Workplace: The Concise Guide

From workplace bullying, sexual harassment and victimisation, it pays to know what your rights are if faced with these issues – and our concise guide is here to help.

Parental Rights at Work: A Brief Overview

Working parents must be aware of their legal rights when it comes to caring for their children, which is why we've compiled this brief overview to walk you through your entitlement.

A Short Guide to Choosing an Employment Lawyer

Learn more about the factors you must consider when choosing an employment lawyer. Whether you’re an employer or employee, it’s important to know who can help you when you need it most.