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Is the service confidential?...
Our service is 100% confidential. You do not need to worry that your employer might find out that you have
How much is it going to cost?...
Trade Union representative We charge an hourly fee for any work undertaken and unlike solicitors and legal professionals, we do not
Will it cost me to get some advice?...
We aim to offer you same day advice and it is all totally free.
Will you write my letters for me?...
We do provide a service through which we are able to write letters on employment matters on your behalf or
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Free employment law advice and guidance
Free employment law advice and guidance
Are you an employee and need employment advice? Have you been unfairly dismissed? Have you been discriminated against at work? Call us free without obligation to see how we can help.
Tribunal Representation
Tribunal Representation
Fighting for the rights of employees and supporting you throughout the employment tribunal process. Making legal representation more accessible and affordable
Fitness to Practice Hearing
Fitness to Practice Hearing
We will fight for your rights, whether it's the General Medical Council, Nursing & Midwifery Council, General Dental Council, whatever the regulator body, we stand by you.
Trade Union Representation
Trade Union Representation
We can provide you with a professional trade union representative to support you during your disciplinary, grievance or redundancy process
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Free Employment Law Advice

Have you been invited to a disciplinary investigation meeting, have you been suspended for work, have you been unfairly dismissed, is your employer changing contractual your terms and conditions, are you facing redundancy, are you experiencing bullying and harassment at work, have you not been paid correctly, are you owed some holiday pay, have you been refused flexible working, are you being treated differently at work and being discriminated against.

Premier Advocates is here to support you and help you with your employment problem at work. Providing you with Free Employment Law advice and all in line with the ACAS code of practice.

The law protects you against unfair treatment at work and the ACAS code of practice provides guidance for employers to follow and that's where we can help you, whether it's on our 'NO Win NO Fee' agreement, paid by the hour agreement or a professional trade union representative to accompany you to a meeting.

Premier Advocates offer free Employment law advice throughout the UK on what ever your problem at work is. We handle enquiries on a daily bases from all over the UK including: Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, Nottingham, Newcastle and London, so where ever you are based in the UK, we can provide Free Employment Law advice and guidance around the ACAS code of practice.

Call us for Free help and Free Employment Law advice and all without obligation and in total confidence, we make sure you know your rights and understand the ACAS code of practice. 

For free advice call us: Nottingham 0115 837 4081

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Tribunal Representation

Premier Advocates specialise in 'No Win No Fee*' advocacy agreements

Premier Advocates provide professional advocates to fight for your rights in the Employment Tribunal and we certainly understand that taking an employer to a tribunal can be very costly and off putting. Premier Advocates specialise in providing 'No Win No Fee' agreements to support the unfairly treated and dismissed
Tribunal Representation
Trade Union Representation

You are not alone

Do you have a grievance at work or are you going through a disciplinary or redundancy process? Are you going through any of the following situations? Suspended from work Being disciplined Discriminated against New performance targets
Trade Union Representation
Constructive Dismissal

Have you been forced to leave your job against your will because of your Employers conduct and actions?

Constructive dismissal is when an employee is forced to leave their job against their will because of their employer's conduct. This is a complicated area of employment Law and we recommend that you speak to a solicitor regarding Constructive Dismissal. It’s often hard to prove that your employer's behaviour was so bad
Constructive Dismissal
Grievance Issues

Have you got issues at work?

Any employee has the right in line with the ACAS code of practice to raise a grievance at work and the employer should deal with the grievance in a reasonable manner, from meeting the employee, carrying out reasonable investigations, giving a response and then providing the opportunity to appeal if
Grievance Issues
Unfair Dismissal

Have you been unfairly or wrongfully dismissed

If you feel you have been unfairly dismissed by your employer, you should try appealing under your employer's dismissal or disciplinary procedures. If this does not work, then you may be able to make an appeal to an Employment Tribunal. There are several ways your dismissal could be
Unfair Dismissal
Problems at Work

Are you experiencing some issues at work?

Whatever the issue, any problem can and does have a enormous impact on you, including your personal life.  Problems with your employer will probably come under one of two categories, grievances or a disciplinary, so whether it is: A disciplinary issue – been suspended, being
Problems at Work
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