This post is intended to alert employees to the fact that they can obtain free employment law advice at an initial consultation from expert employment law solicitors at Direct 2 Lawyers. We’ll therefore look at:

  1. What to do if you’re experiencing a problem at work
  2. Obtain free employment law advice from expert solicitors

If you’re experiencing problems at work or are unsure as to your employment law rights then it can be an uncomfortable time at work for you. These issues can range from harassment at work (including sexual harassment to discrimination to an ongoing disciplinary problem (including potentially an unfair dismissal). These issues that you’re experiencing can potentially cause your health to suffer and you may become unhappy with your job. At Direct 2 Lawyers we believe passionately that the law relating to your rights at work should be made as transparent as possible so that you can gain a sufficient understanding of what your rights are and how to best enforce them.

If you are currently having problems at work then Direct 2 Lawyers offers free employment law advice at an initial consultation for employees. We provide this free legal advice over the phone or by email so there’s no need to take time out of your day to visit the offices of our solicitors. Our specialist employment law solicitors offer advice on the following areas:

  • Disciplinary problems
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Constructive dismissal
  • Discrimination at work
  • Harassment at work
  • Unresolved grievances
  • Employment contracts
  • Compromise agreements

There’s no obligation involved for you and contacting us might just allow you to put your mind at rest. However, if you do want to take your matter further then our specialist employment law solicitors can help you obtain the outcome you want.

So put your mind at rest – contact Direct 2 Lawyers for free problem at work advice. Contact us on 0845 544 1395 for free legal advice over the phone or contact us by email.


The Direct 2 Lawyers Employment Team post daily on interesting employment law cases, Employment Tribunal judgments and Employment Appeal Tribunal judgments. All of the Employment Team posts are written by qualified specialist employment lawyers

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