Toner Legal – Our Story
Most people spend a lot of time at work. If you work full time, that is 5 days out of 7.
If you don’t like your work, then arguably you are not enjoying your life.
If you are miserable at work then (sadly) you are likely to be miserable.
At Toner Legal, we help clients solve their problems at work. Our experience enables us to put clients at ease, treat them with respect, and listen.
We are a group of Specialist (and experienced) Employment Lawyers that work with individuals to solve their problems at work. We strive to improve our client’s position (and not to just give advice). We get our clients to enjoy their lives again.
Our main aim is to help clients leave workplaces they hate with enough compensation so they can have the freedom and financial security to get a job they love. Many achieve this quickly, meaning they are better off financially and no longer hate 5 days out of 7.
Who We Are
The Firm was founded by Blair Toner, Barrister, who is an expert in employment law and employment tribunal litigation. Our lawyers are all genuine specialists in employment law armed with the tools to give you a great and professional service.
After working with us, you will know your rights and where you stand. You will be able to avoid this happening to you again in the future
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Employment Law Support
Dismissed from work with less than 2-years of serviceYou may have heard about the “2-year rule,” but do not fully understand what it means. Find out more.
Settlement Agreements - Typical PaymentsWhen receiving a settlement agreement, you might be angry and upset, which may then be replaced with confusion. This can be a difficult time as losing your job is never easy.
The Grievance Outcome And AppealAfter attending a grievance hearing, you are likely to receive a written grievance outcome. The timing and content of the grievance outcome can have significant implications on your employment.
The Grievance HearingAfter raising a grievance, there is likely to be a grievance hearing, which may also be referred to as a grievance meeting. This is a formal meeting to discuss your grievance with your employer and may form the basis of your employer’s decision.
How to Write a GrievanceRaising a formal grievance at work usually means you are in a difficult situation. Before you write the grievance, you should have first tried to resolve the issues informally.