If you think your employer is not complying with your contract of employment, then you may be eligible to make a claim to enforce your contract and/or for compensation. A breach of your contract of employment can arise in a large range of circumstances – common examples can include your employer dismissing you in contravention of your contract; your employer not paying you correctly; or your employer unilaterally altering your hours of work.
Working out if there is a breach of contract and what remedies may be available can often be complex, so it is important that you seek legal advice. WK Lawyers can assist you in determining whether you have a claim against your employer.
If your contact of employment has been breached by your employer, you may be entitled to receive compensation for a range of matters.
We can also assist you with other remedies – such as injunctions (orders to stop your employer doing something) or seeking specific performance (an order that your employer take certain action to ensure that your contract is complied with).
WK Lawyers are experienced claims relating to contacts of employment and can help you through the process, with a free 30-minute meeting, as well as affordable advice and representation throughout the process.
In many cases, we offer a no win, no fee arrangement, so contact us to discuss your circumstances.