If you have a claim in the Employment Tribunal, at some stage you will be asked to draft and submit a Witness Statement. But what is a Witness Statement? Who should be submitting one and what needs to be included? Read on for more information.
So, you’ve been through ACAS Early Conciliation, but what happens next? How do you issue an Employment Tribunal claim? What needs to be in the claim form? Read on for more information.
Anyone who has read my blog on the Employment Tribunal Process will have seen reference to ACAS Early Conciliation. Read on for more information about ACAS and Early Conciliation.
If your employer has been through an internal process which has resulted in your redundancy dismissal, you will often have the right to appeal their decision. Read on for more information about appealing your redundancy dismissal.
These are difficult times and many employees are having to look to the Employment Tribunal to safeguard their employment rights. Obviously, we would hope anyone needing employment law help would contact us. However, whether you have instructed an Employment Solicitor, or you are representing yourself, we hope the information below about the Employment Tribunal process is helpful.
Whilst on maternity leave, an employer is legally required to keep the employee up to date on any workplace issues which may affect them, such as promotion opportunities. A report published in 2016 found that 26% of mothers felt they had too little contact with their employer during maternity leave. This can lead to the mother feeling isolated and potentially unsure about her return to work. KIT days can be an effective way of keeping an employee involved in the workplace during her maternity leave.