Unfortunately, employees are not always paid the wage they legally deserve. Our expert employment team can provide assistance on how to approach your employer if you are being paid incorrectly.
It is a legal requirement for your employer to pay you the correct wages. At Lupton Fawcett, we understand how difficult it can be to talk about pay issues with your employers. Therefore, we offer advice and guidance to make the process simple and easy.
The employment team are able to cover many aspects involving wages including:
failure to pay;
- holiday pay discrepancies;
- statutory sick pay discrepancies;
- issues involving maternity and paternity pay;
- failure to pay National Minimum Wage.
- How we can help
If you have concerns about your pay because, for example, you haven’t been given the right amount of overtime, are not being paid National Minimum Wage or you have questions about maternity or paternity allowance, you should feel comfortable enough to discuss matters with your manager. If this isn’t the case, or you have spoken to your employer and they have refused to pay you correctly, our solicitors can explain the options available and help you make a claim for that which you are entitled.
Contact Lupton Fawcett today
To discuss your case with an expert lawyer, get in touch with one of our Yorkshire-based offices in Leeds, York and Sheffield using the details below for an initial discussion.
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