Perhaps you need to change your work structure to better fit your life. Maybe you’re returning from maternity leave or COVID has changed your workload or the nature of your working day. Some of my clients need support with their mental and physical health from their workplace. Others reach out to me because they feel like you’re being edged out of their position, pushed into a corner or been unfairly selected for redundancy.

Maybe you’re under an HR-instigated performance improvement plan or feel you’ve experienced practices which discriminate against you. If you’ve faced harassment or bullying by a colleague or manager or there’s been a significant change to your role, hours, or employment contract, then I'm here for you.

I can provide advice and support through this stressful time, acting as a champion in your corner.

I dedicate one day a week to working with individuals who need support navigating a tricky situation with their employer. My time is billable at £65 per hour (which is heavily discounted from my usual business rate).

Whatever the situation, I will help you to achieve the best outcome by taking the time to understand your position and providing employment law advice.

I can draft & review employment correspondence, prepare you for meetings, and negotiate that final settlement agreement.

At a time when you may be feeling stressed, overwhelmed, isolated and unheard, I’m here to listen, understand and develop a strategy that works for you, so you can feel calm and in control again.






Start a CONVERSATION with me by completing the form below.

I’ll be in touch to request the INFORMATION I need from you to get to grips with the situation you’re experiencing.

I’ll assses the situation for FREE and tell you whether I can help. I can’t guarantee any outcomes but I can give you an indication of what kind of RESOLUTIONS are open to you.

But before you get in touch, here are some of the best free online resources available to help you:

Acas gives employees and employers free, impartial advice on workplace rights, rules and best practice. They have a freephone helpline and will help you understand the statutory obligations your employer has, and what your rights are in any given situation.

Access to work is a publicly funded employment support programme that aims to provide practical and financial support if you have a disability or long term physical or mental health condition. An Access to Work grant can pay for practical support to help you.

Established as a result of the Equality Act 2006, the EHRC mandate is to challenge discrimination, and to protect and promote human rights. The website is excellent, and easy to use and will help you understand how you may be protected by current legislation.

Provide advice & support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. This is a super website offering direct advice to those suffering, and those supporting them, whether that’s your employer or your best friend!

Remploy is a leading provider of specialist employment and skills support for disabled people and those with health conditions. This is free for your employer to access and can provide support for individual employees as they navigate their return to work.

When things feel complicated, you need to return to simple! Citizens Advice offer free, no-nonsense advice on a host of subjects - from work to benefits, advice on debt management, even housing and family law. 


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