- Do you have a tribunal case pending against you?
- Do you need a professional to guide you through?
- Are you absolutely terrified?
In the eyes of the law, a tribunal is a less formal way of dealing with some forms of legal dispute, employment tribunals fall within this less formal framework. However they still follow process and procedure which can be daunting to say the least if you have never experienced them before.
At Jay Webb Consultancy Services we can help you prepare for employment tribunals. We can advise of the etiquette and culture, what happens when, and more importantly we can help you to prepare your tribunal bundles so the appropriate evidence is available as you need it, and in a format that the tribunal requires and you understand.
Employment tribunals can appear outwardly to be a legal maze of process and procedure, and without correct preparation, can be intimidating and unforgiving. Sometimes even the best of cases can lose due to insufficient preparation, people freezing or answering inappropriately, or just simply by not presenting the evidence in a way that the tribunal can understand.
Our HR professionals have a wealth of experience in preparing for tribunals and can ensure that your case has the best possible chance of success.
Our tribunal bundle preparation service is extremely cost effective in comparison to the equivalent solicitor service, and you have the peace of mind of knowing that the work is being conducted by people with at least 20 years experience of preparing for tribunal cases, not graduate solicitors being charged at £110 per hour.
We can lead you through the process of the hearing by preparing you with our short training session.
Should you need legal advocacy, we have close working relationships with a large number of solicitors nationwide who we would be happy to recommend to you to support you with your case.
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