Employment Solicitors Manchester – Discrimination Workplace Claim
Employment Solicitors Manchester Have you been involved in a dispute at work and are now seeking the advice of specialist employment law solicitors in Manchester? Then you need to make a no obligation call to discuss your case with the highly skilled legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors who could use our extensive experience in successfully handling employment disputes to offer you the accurate and personalised advice that you need to help you secure the full recompense that you justly deserve by bringing a claim against your employer to a tribunal or by forming a compromise agreement all with the minimal amount of hassle for you.
Mr H from Hatfield recently consulted the legal experts at Michael Lewin Solicitors to discuss his complaint of unlawful deduction of his wages by his employer and find out what options were available to him to recover this payment. Our dedicated employment law team meticulously looked into every aspect of Mr H’s case to ensure that the advice that we of to him was the most appropriate for his particular situation and needs and could enable him to make fully informed decision on how best to proceed.
Are you seeking specialist employment law solicitors in Manchester following a dispute with your employer? Then look no further than the extremely dedicated employment law team at Michael Lewin Solicitors who are highly qualified in all aspects of employment law and could act on your behalf to successfully secure the maximum compensation award available to you as the innocent party to a workplace dispute.
An employer does not have the right to make any deductions from an employee’s wages without prior written consent from that employee. If an employee has been dismissed or who leaves the company does not return property the employer can recover the value of said property from the employee’s final wage. Likewise if there is any damage to an employer’s property by an employee the value cannot be recovered from the employee’s wage without prior agreement in writing.
The only deductions that can be made from an employee’s wage without consent of the employee are statutory deductions such as tax and national insurance with the exception of recovery of overpaid wages. Any other deduction by an employer would be unlawful.
If you have had deductions made from your wages you have just three months less one day in which you can bring a claim to an employment tribunal to recover your pay. If a series of deductions were made you must show that they were a series and not several isolated incidents and the time limit friends from the date of the last unlawful deduction.
If you have been involved in an employment dispute you should call the extremely understanding and helpful staff at Michael Lewin Solicitors today as we could offer you advice that is tailored to suit your individual situation and needs along with clear step-by-step guidance and expert legal representation which could help you achieve the best possible outcome available to you by bringing a claim against your employer in Manchester anywhere else in the UK on: (0844) 844 9866.