Ramiza Mohammed

Senior Employment Solicitor

"I see myself as a problem solver. I get great satisfaction from being able to support individuals so as to realise their employment rights and achieve the best possible outcome for them."

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ramiza.mohammed@monacosolicitors.co.uk

 

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Expertise
Employment Law
Employment Tribunal litigation
Discrimination
Whistleblowing claims
Redundancy
Unfair and Constructive Dismissals
TUPE
Advice on Settlement Agreements and negotiations
Employment Law within the Care Industry
Inhouse HR

Career History

Monaco Solicitors, Employment Solicitor: Sept 2021 – Present

MM Legal, Director/ Senior Employment Solicitor: Feb 2018 to Present

Croner, Field Litigation Consultant: Oct 2018 to Oct 2019

Ellis Whittam, Employment Law Consultant: 2017 to 2018

Turning Point Scotland, Senior Advisor: 2015 to 2017

About Ramiza Mohammed

Having graduated with a Masters focused in HR Management after qualifying as a solicitor regulated by the Law Society, I have unique experience of working as a legal advisor and in house in a HR capacity. The combination of these experiences over the last 15 years has allowed me to gain exposure to the real needs of both employers and employees in a work setting.

I specialise in Scottish employment law and I have experience in both contentious and non-contentious employment law matters. I have hands-on experience in employment tribunals across the UK and have a keen interest for this field.

My experience of working in house in HR for large companies such as DHL, Sodexo, Teleperformance and Turning Point Scotland allows me to provide a unique perspective when guiding the client in terms of their rights. I am able to advise on the legal rights of the individual but also able to offer practical guidance on how to manage the delicate relationship between the employee and employer, I have experience with SSSC regulatory requirements and the balance between these and employment law

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