Lincs Law Employment Solicitors are a growing boutique practice specialising in Employment Law. We take pride in the work we do with our clients and have an enviable reputation for supporting people through their workplace issues. We are expanding and seek an Associate Employment Law Solicitor/Barrister.
Many clients contact Lincs Law Employment Solicitors and ask for “No Win No Fee” representation for their Employment Tribunal claim. However, they are often surprised when we suggest that this may not be the best funding choice for them. Indeed, for the majority of our clients, “No Win No Fee” may well be a disproportionately expensive way of getting the representation and assistance they need. Read on for more.
Most days I get a phone call from a distressed client who has had their employment terminated after a short time in their job. Read on for more information about what they can and can’t do.
I was delighted to help my client with his claims regarding whistleblowing and unfair dismissal at the Employment Tribunal. For more information read on.
In claims of constructive dismissal, one of the most crucial pieces of evidence the Employment Tribunal will consider is the detail of the employee’s resignation. Read on for more information about what should and should not be included.
Going through a dismissal process is extremely difficult for any employee. However, even after the decision has been made and the termination notices have been sent, the employer still owes their employee an obligation to consider the fairness of any dismissal. Read on for more information.
At Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we have seen a rise in clients heading their documents and correspondence to their employers as being “Without Prejudice”. Whilst it is important that some documents are marked in this way, unfortunately, the phrase is often misused. For further information about when documents should be marked with “Without Prejudice” please read on.
Workplace Reasonable Adjustments
We often receive enquiries from disabled employees asking about their rights at work and, in particular, what reasonable adjustments their employer is obliged to provide. We hope the information on our website is helpful, but nothing is better than discussing your situation with a fully qualified disability discrimination solicitor. If you would like a no obligation, free consultation, please use the contact form, engage in a web chat, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01522 440512
Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment at the workplace continues to dominate media headlines. Recent research by Un Women UK suggests that 97% of women have suffered some form of sex discrimination or sexual harassment – but what should you do if you are suffering from this type of conduct at work? Read on for more information.