Tools and advice to resolve problems at work without breaking the bank.

Employee rescue offers a cost-effective way for you to fight – and win – your employment related battles.
We've simplified access to justice with detailed advice and information to help you plan, strategise and resolve work issues.

Our employment law guides

Want to understand what the law says about your rights, and how to enforce them? Select a guide for reliable, concise information and advice.

How to win your personal injury claim at work
How to prepare a scott schedule for a sexual harassment claim
How to prepare a scott schedule for a harassment claim
How to prepare a scott schedule for a victimisation claim

Our documents and templates

Want to write an application to the employment tribunal or carry out a legal process but don't know how? See our documents and templates with step-by-step guidance on how to complete.

Employment law tutorials

Watch tutorial videos on unfair dismissal, whistleblowing and more.

Making a claim for unfair dismissal

The law on Unfair Dismissal under the Employment Rights Act 1996 and your  options if you don’t have the 2 years service needed to make a claim.

What makes an unfair dismissal unfair

What the Employment Tribunal looks for in deciding whether a dismissal is fair or unfair. Principles that you can apply to the facts of your case.

What are the permitted reasons for dismissal?

The legal principles in a capability, conduct, statutory restriction or bar, redundancy, or some other substantial reason dismissal.

Download the Case Management App

Want to manage your employment tribunal claim deadlines and keep on top of case management orders? Then download the Employee Rescue App so that you don't get hit with penalties.

  • Sort out your witnesses and evidence.
  • Set reminders and make notes.
  • Upload relevant documents and print off at your convenience.
  • Have all the employment tribunal rules and relevant presidential guidance in your pocket so that you don't get things wrong.

Employment law updates

Find out what is happening in the world of employment law

Reasonable adjustments for mental health at work

Acas has issued new guidance on reasonable adjustments for mental health at work for both employers and workers, in conjunction with Affinity Health at Work. Acas says that it is important for employers to take an employee's mental health problem seriously and with the same care as a physic...

Read more 19 Apr 2023
Draft Code on Fire and Re-hire Practices

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published new best practice guidance on fire and rehire. This is when an employer dismisses an employee and rehires them on new terms which are less favourable. The Draft Code of Practice on Dismissal and Re-engagement came ab...

Read more 11 Apr 2023
Minimum Wage, SSP etc. rates for 2023

Minimum Wage Increase from 1st April 2023 The rates of the National Living Wage (NLW) and National Minimum Wage (NMW) will rise from £9.50 to £10.42 per hour on 1 April 2023. Increases will be as follows; a 92p, or 9.7 per cent, increase to the NLW for those aged 23...

Read more 05 Dec 2022

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Search online lead me to your fantastic website. So much information and help. I needed some answers. I called around 2.30pm today and the lady I spoke with could not been more clearer and logical. The one thing I was very worried about was my Maria's reputation as a medical professional, who is 51 years ago.
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Labor & Employment Law