Contractual Disputes

Contractual disputes can often arise between employers and employees and these can place employees in a difficult position.

Typical contractual disputes can include non-payment of bonuses, unlawful deductions from wages and non-payment of notice pay. Employees placed in this position have a number of options available to them including:

  • lodging an internal grievance
  • treating the breach of contract as being a fundamental breach and resigning and presenting a claim for constructive unfair dismissal
  • suing their employer whilst sill remaining at work (known as standing and suing) – this can be done in either an Employment Tribunal or in the Civil Courts.

If your contract of employment has been breached, we can assist you in bringing a claim for damages to compensate you for your losses and to contact our Employment Team, please complete our online contact form.

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Hannah Durham

Head of Claimant Litigation

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