Are you thinking of representing yourself at the Employment Tribunal? Do you need assistance, but are worried about costs of seeking legal advice? Read on to find out how Lincs Law Employment Solicitors can help.
I regularly blog about how clients can help themselves if they are accused of misconduct or gross misconduct. I make no apology for doing so again, this is an incredibly important issue and employees need to be prepared.
For someone suffering from a mental health disability, it can sometimes seem that leaving their employment is the only way forward. In such circumstances, the offer of a Settlement Agreement can seem very attractive. However, it is important to understand the impact such an agreement can have. Read on for more information about how I helped my client.
Friends, generalist advisers and the internet will tell you that you need two years’ service with your employer before you can bring a claim for unfair dismissal at the Employment Tribunal. To a certain degree they are correct, two years’ service is the general rule. However, the benefit of being specialist employment solicitors is that, at Lincs Law, we don’t just know the general rules but all the exceptions as well. Read on for more information.
Clients frequently ask about the difference between unfair dismissal and constructive dismissal. Read on for more about these types of claim at the Employment Tribunal.
We understand that clients are concerned about the cost of legal advice when they are considering an Employment Tribunal claim. However, many don’t take into account how much “free employment law advice” could cost them. This post gives examples of when free employment law advice could have cost our clients dearly.
Many disabled people are unsure of their rights at work and what help their employer is obliged to give them. This post seeks to provide information to anyone who thinks they may be suffering disability discrimination at work.
We will be closing the office for the Christmas holidays on Friday 21 December 2018 at 1.00pm and re-opening on 2nd January 2019 at 8.30am. To clients past, present and future, we thank you for your support in 2018 and look forward to working with you in the new year.
If you have been offered a Settlement Agreement (previously called a Compromise Agreement) by your employer, you must obtain independent legal advice before signing. Read on to find out more about how we help clients who have been offered a Settlement Agreement.