Our Employment lawyers are experts in advising individuals in relation to bonus and remuneration related disputes.
Bonuses fall into two separate and distinct camps with some employers offering guaranteed (contractual bonuses) with others preferring to state that their bonus schemes are discretionary.
We frequently handle claims and disputes concerning guaranteed and discretionary bonus schemes and our lawyers are adept at understanding the legal rules and nuances that can often make all the difference in terms of securing you a successful and satisfactory outcome.
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The expert team at Lupton Fawcett can utilise their experience and expertise in employment law to represent you should you need to make a work bonus or pay related claim and, if so, can assist you throughout the legal process in a professional, efficient and friendly manner. Call any of our Leeds, York or Sheffield offices to speak to a solicitor today.
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