When is it reasonable to terminate an employee’s employment with immediate effect and no notice pay? Read on to find out more.
If you are considering issuing a claim to the Employment Tribunal, the chances are you have already encountered significant stress at work and so the added pressure of working out how you are going to fund representation for your claim can simply create more anxiety for you. The good news is that there are affordable options of funding your representation, and on occasions, you may actually find that pursuing your claim does not cost you anything.
I have felt really privileged recently to have received some lovely comments from clients who have achieved a successful outcome in their employment dispute, or Employment Tribunal Claim.
Can an employer force you to partake in a COVID-19 routine testing programme? Read on to learn more.
I have recently received lovely feedback from a client who I have achieved a settlement for in their claim for Unfair Dismissal. Read on to see what my client had to say…
Today, the Supreme Court has upheld an Employment Tribunal’s decision that Uber drivers are ‘workers’ for the purpose of individual rights in Employment Law, but why is this an important decision?
In October 2020, I met with my client for a Fixed Fee Consultation to discuss the issues he was experiencing at work. He had recently been placed on a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) and he felt the action taken by his employer to be discriminatory.
The UK was a member of the EU for almost 50 years and throughout those years, EU Law dramatically impacted UK Employment Law. This blog looks at the possible changes we could see to Employment Law following our departure.
I have met many who clients who have experienced discrimination in the workplace because of their disability. One question I am frequently asked is ‘what reasonable adjustments should my employer implement to help me at work?‘ Read on to learn more…