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The majority of employees have little understanding of Employment Law. This leaves them at the mercy of their employers who can use the law fully to their advantage. This book has been written for the benefit of employees. Having been through an employment dispute myself in 2004, I decided to create a web site to provide independent, unbiased and detailed facts on what your The majority of employees have little understanding of Employment Law. This leaves them at the mercy of their employers who can use the law fully to their advantage. This book has been written for the benefit of employees. Having been through an employment dispute myself in 2004, I decided to create a web site to provide independent, unbiased and detailed facts on what your employment rights are and how you can protect your job or get the right compensation you deserve if your employment has already been ended. This book has been written with the assistance of a well known Employment Law Barrister. It has then been further enhanced from the experience, feedback and real experiences of 1.1+ million visitors from the website. Losing your job or knowing that you might, is one of the most unpleasant and stressful experiences we can face. The situation is not helped by the fact that most people have no understanding of the confusing rules and laws that apply. Even if you are not facing any issues at work, it can only be to your advantage to have some understanding of Employment Law so that you can be sure of avoiding potential future problems. If your employer knows that you have this knowledge, it is less likely that they will take any liberties with you. It would be foolish not to educate yourself on the law and rules that may mean the difference between keeping your employment or being made redundant or fired. This book has been written as a guide in a simple and straight forward way using plain English to help you understand your rights and the law. It also explains the legal terms that cover commonly used terms such as Gross Misconduct, Unfair Dismissal and Redundancy. In addition it explains how to find and select a GOOD employment law solicitor. As your employer will be using a specialist employment law solicitor, you need also to use a specialist if you are to get the best results for you. We all hope that we will be treated fairly at work, but every year hundreds of thousands of people lose their jobs and in a great many cases the employee is not treated fairly. Many employers rely upon their employee’s lack of knowledge of Employment Law to get away with it. This book contains over 20,000 words that cover all aspects of employment law.


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The majority of employees have little understanding of Employment Law. This leaves them at the mercy of their employers who can use the law fully to their advantage. This book has been written for the benefit of employees. Having been through an employment dispute myself in 2004, I decided to create a web site to provide independent, unbiased and detailed facts on what your The majority of employees have little understanding of Employment Law. This leaves them at the mercy of their employers who can use the law fully to their advantage. This book has been written for the benefit of employees. Having been through an employment dispute myself in 2004, I decided to create a web site to provide independent, unbiased and detailed facts on what your employment rights are and how you can protect your job or get the right compensation you deserve if your employment has already been ended. This book has been written with the assistance of a well known Employment Law Barrister. It has then been further enhanced from the experience, feedback and real experiences of 1.1+ million visitors from the website. Losing your job or knowing that you might, is one of the most unpleasant and stressful experiences we can face. The situation is not helped by the fact that most people have no understanding of the confusing rules and laws that apply. Even if you are not facing any issues at work, it can only be to your advantage to have some understanding of Employment Law so that you can be sure of avoiding potential future problems. If your employer knows that you have this knowledge, it is less likely that they will take any liberties with you. It would be foolish not to educate yourself on the law and rules that may mean the difference between keeping your employment or being made redundant or fired. This book has been written as a guide in a simple and straight forward way using plain English to help you understand your rights and the law. It also explains the legal terms that cover commonly used terms such as Gross Misconduct, Unfair Dismissal and Redundancy. In addition it explains how to find and select a GOOD employment law solicitor. As your employer will be using a specialist employment law solicitor, you need also to use a specialist if you are to get the best results for you. We all hope that we will be treated fairly at work, but every year hundreds of thousands of people lose their jobs and in a great many cases the employee is not treated fairly. Many employers rely upon their employee’s lack of knowledge of Employment Law to get away with it. This book contains over 20,000 words that cover all aspects of employment law.

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