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    The benefits of using our employment laweyrs

    The flexibility you need as a mother, father or carer is not always in tune with what your employer requires of you as an employee. If you have been unable to come to an agreement that suits you both, our employment solicitors can clarify your rights and help you weigh up the pros and cons of different options available to you.

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    Client stories

    A new management team relocated our client to an office 2.5 hours from her home and reneged on her flexible working agreement made following the birth of her daughter. She resigned and we issued proceedings for constructive unfair dismissal and indirect sex discrimination. We recovered her losses up to the time she secured new employment plus an award for injury to feeling.

    When our client returned to work after maternity leave, she found that her job had fundamentally changed. We advised her that she was entitled to return to the role she had before but her employer was unwilling to reinstate her previous responsibilities. We helped her negotiate an exit with a compensation payment arising out of her claim for sex discrimination.


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    Why is the take up of shared parental leave so low?

    The conciliatory service ACAS recently published a report focused on workplace attitudes towards supporting parents who take extended leave to care for children. The report, Flexible Working for Parents Returning to Work – Maintaining career development, confirms that while there’s been a big push for employers to encourage women to feel comfortable taking maternity leave without losing their status in the workplace, the same can not be said for their male counterparts.

    New guidance published on supporting parents of ill or premature babies

    There are over 95,000 babies born prematurely in the UK every year. Currently there are no enhanced or additional maternity or paternity rights for parents of babies born early.

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Clear concise advice and the negotiated removal of a number of unpleasant clauses to my benefit.

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Provided high quality advice!

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All the advice given was structured toward the type of business that we are.

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Very prompt and responsive both during and after business hours, to successfully progress the case to agreement within a short time period and to schedule

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I came away understanding the background to the advice given, and I am happy that this takes into account my best interests

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