Our work is a more important part of our lives than we may realise. After all, it’s where you spend the majority of your time – at least five days a week, for most people.
When somebody asks you about yourself, your job title tends to come in at third spot, after your name and age. It’s what you spent your studying life working towards, helping you to find somewhere intellectually stimulating and also monetarily rewarding.
Your place of work is also where you forge long-term, lasting friendships. You might meet you future wife or husband there, or discover a fresh hobby through a sports team or social event.
All in all, your job says a lot about you and who you are.
If your job means so much to you, you don’t want to give it up without a fight. Nor do you want external things getting in the way of you enjoying your work, like troublesome colleagues or discrimination.
Whatever the issue, the team at Co-op Legal can help you with their knowledge of employment law.
They only represent claimants, not employers, so you can feel confident that your claim is being handled by people who won’t just hop into bed with big business.
Operating under a fixed fee system, at affordable rates, you will have access to a collection of legal experts who can help you to navigate your way through the muddy waters of employment law, avoiding the rocks and ending up safely in the harbour.
The advantage of expert advice is that everything will become much clearer. If your work-related issues are not resolvable or are able to be challenged, you will know. If you might have a case to seek a change in your circumstances, you will know too. No more trying to interpret the situation as an amateur – let the professionals take over.
If your claim is a worthy one, the team will act on your behalf, contacting your employee with a case with which to seek adequate compensation. If this approach works, you will have no need to go to court which can be a fairly long-winded affair.
You shouldn’t have to feel powerless at work. There are people on your side.
A short phone call can put you in touch with this people at a moment’s notice, giving you clear and easily understood employment advice. Pick up the phone and get to know your rights at work – it might be the best thing you ever did!