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Employment Law for Employees

Our Employment Solicitors in Cheshire are experts on all matters of Employment law where employee representation is required. Our lawyers will be on your side to offer effective employment legal advice suited to the needs of your situation.

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Legal Advice for Employees

If you have an employment issue it is essential that you seek legal advice.

Obtaining specialist legal advice will help to ensure that your rights are protected and you are fully aware of the options which are available to you.

The friendly team at Rowlinsons are able to offer advice and assistance in respect of all aspects of employment law including settlement agreements, redundancy, tribunal claims and restrictive covenants. 

Contact us on 01928 735 333 for an initial no obligation call or click here for a call back.

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There are five potentially fair reasons that an employer can rely upon to dismiss an employee. If you feel you have been wrongfully dismissed or unfairly dismissed our experts can explain your options, the process involved in seeking redress and your chances of success.


There are nine protected characteristics in employment law: gender, age, disability, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, sexual orientation, religion or belief, and gender reassignment. If you feel you have been treated differently due to any of these characteristics you may be entitled to make a discrimination claim against your employer.


If you have been made redundant or believe that you are at risk of being made redundant, then we would strongly recommend that you seek legal advice so that you can understand your rights and also the responsibilities of your employer.

Settlement Agreements

It is essential you take independent legal advice before signing a settlement agreement to ensure the terms of the agreement are fair and that you understand your obligations and the responsibilities of your employer.

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