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Employment Disputes

At KLG we understand that there may be times when employers and their employees disagree. Employee disputes and other workplace disputes concerning an employment relationship are not uncommon and can arise for a number of reasons. Employment contract disputes can come in a variety of forms, including: equal pay disputes, bonus disputes and holiday pay disputes.

As experts in employment law, we regularly assist clients that are experiencing difficulties in the workplace and need help in ensuring that employment law disputes are handled with the requisite care. We advise and represent clients in Maidenhead, Slough, Reading, Watford, Gerrards Cross, Central London, Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes, Luton, Bristol, Swindon and across the UK.

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Equal Pay Disputes

Employers are obliged under the Equality Act 2010 to pay their male and female employees the same level of pay, where they are engaged in “like work”. Furthermore, employers are required to ensure that men and women are paid the same where they are involved in work that involves the same level of effort or kinds of skills, known in law, as work of ‘equal value’.

If employees are concerned that you are not enjoying the same level of pay as their comparator, and believe that they are entitled to it, they may ask employers for details of how their salary was calculated. They must be allotted time to make their investigations, but there are restrictions on this. If employers are able to defend their position by having a justifiable reason for the difference in pay that is not related to gender, then this will not amount to a breach of the Equality Act 2010.

Bonus Disputes

Bonus payments are a very popular tool that employers use to incentivise their team in their work, and are often included in an employment contract. If employers withhold payment of an employee’s bonus, this can amount to what is known in law as a ‘deduction of wages’. It is advisable for employers and employees to have a discussion in the first instance about any missing bonus payment and perhaps draw employees’ attention to any contractual limitations to their entitlement to the bonus.

Holiday Pay Disputes

As with bonus disputes, any withholding of the requisite level of holiday pay that an employee is entitled to may be deemed a ‘deduction of wages’. In the first instance, this should discussed with employees. However, it should be borne in mind that some employees may not be willing to engage in discussion and may take legal action in respect of this.

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At KLG we are experts in UK employment law. Based in London & Maidenhead, we advise clients across the UK. We regularly advise on the entire suite of employment law issues, and regularly provide organisations with legal representation in employment tribunals and negotiations with employees and trade union representatives. Employment disputes can be particularly stressful on a business, taking up valuable time and expertise that could be deployed elsewhere.

KLG aim to take all of these difficulties away from clients, allowing them to concentrate on running a successful business while we handle the legal issues. If you have any questions on employment law issues, contact us now. Call an employment disputes lawyer on 0330 221 0684 today.

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If you believe your wages have been deducted unlawfully by your employer, please contact us and one of our team of employment lawyers will offer a 15 minute no obligation consultation call where we can discuss your matter and the next steps going forward.