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Employment Law Advice for Employees

If you face a problem with your employer, it is crucial that you seek specialist legal advice from an expert employment lawyer. It is likely that your employer will do, or has already done the same in order to protect their own position.

Getting expert advice from an employment lawyer ensures your interests and rights as an employee are properly protected. Holmes & Hills provides employees with expert advice and representation covering a wide range of circumstances.

From our five offices in Braintree, Sudbury, Halstead, Tiptree and Coggeshall our Employment Law experts advise and represent employees across Essex and Suffolk. We can give you specialist legal advice on:

What is the first step to getting legal advice?

The first stage in getting advice is to have a meeting with our employment Law specialist. At this meeting you can explain your circumstances and the situation you face. Your lawyer will then give you expert advice, informing you of your options and recommending your best course of action. You can meet your employment lawyer at any one of our five offices, whichever is the most convenient for you.

For specialist advice from an expert employment lawyer, call David Dixey today on 01376 320456 (Essex) or 01787 275275 (Suffolk).

 

 


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