Job Justice - Employment Law Solicitors & Lawyers

Welcome to Job Justice - the site dedicated to helping you with your legal employment problems.

Have you just been unfairly dismissed from your job? Are you being subject to harassment or discrimination in the workplace? Have you been offered a compromise agreement by your employer?

Job Justice can help. We are the best service for putting people like you in touch with employment solicitors who can help.

What's more, Job Justice is a FREE service!

Job Justice can put you in touch with a local recommended employment solicitor in your area for FREE. There is no charge for using our service.

How do we work?

There are two ways to start the process. Simply call us free on 0800 533 5799 or use our online contact form and we will be in touch to discuss your employment law issue.

If you use the form to get in touch, we guarantee that one of our friendly telephone advisors will call you back within 30 minutes.

Our dedicated team of trained telephone advisors have excellent knowledge of the legal process and once they have taken the time to go through your issue and your requirements, they will put you in contact with recommended solicitors in your area who specialise in employment law.

Job Justice has more than 5,000 local solicitors throughout the UK to choose from, so we are able to find the most suitable employment solicitor for your needs. Our aim is to get you the best legal advice possible.

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Romantic relationships between colleagues

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Research has shown that over 60 per cent of UK employees say they have had a romantic relationship with a colleague. However, some employers institute relationships policies, in order to address difficulties that may arise from this circumstance.Accusations of favouritism could be made by other colleagues if a subordinate and a manager are linked romantically. Equally, complaints concerning sexual harassment may be made by either party to the relationship if it turns sour...[read more]

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