You may have experienced one issue at work which has caused you concern, or you may be experiencing a string of issues. Irrelevant of what the issue is, it can be a daunting prospect when contemplating whether you should submit a Formal Grievance. This blog sets out how to submit a Formal Grievance and what to include.
If you are contemplating pursuing an Employment Law claim in the Employment, what is the most cost-effective way to do so?
It is becoming increasingly common for an employer to address an employee’s inappropriate online behaviour, even if that behaviour took place outside of the workplace.
This month I have been fortunate to receive two lovely reviews from clients whose cases have both successfully concluded this month. Read on to see what they had to say about me.
If you have been selected for redundancy simply because you are on a Fixed-Term Contract, it is likely to be unlawful.
Generally, when an employee has over two years’ continuous employment, they have the right not to be unfairly dismissed. There are three different ways an employee can be dismissed, but this blog deals exclusively with termination by the employer and what an employer has to show to evidence such a dismissal was fair.
Over the years, I have had many clients raise their concerns on the nature of their suspension and the subsequent disciplinary procedure. Understandably, being suspended for an alleged misconduct offence is stressful and an unwelcome feeling. This blog aims to provide you with information on how a disciplinary procedure should be conducted fairly.
I am delighted to have received positive feedback from a client of mine. Read on to see what my client had to say.
The phrase ‘children can be so mean‘ is commonly referred to when young people are navigating their way through school. It is believed, as ‘bullies’ grow older their behaviour improves and the days of causing someone to feel ‘left out’ or ‘bullied’ simply go away. Sadly, however, this does not always tend to be the case. In the UK alone it is believed that around 25% of employees have felt left out or bullied at work and that statistic is staggering.