In claims of constructive dismissal, one of the most crucial pieces of evidence the Employment Tribunal will consider is the employee’s resignation. Read on for more information about what should and should not be included.
Most days I get a phone call from a distressed client who has been dismissed after a few months with their employer. Read on for more information about what they can and can’t do.
Victimisation at work is one of the most misunderstood terms in employment law. Read on to find out whether you have a victimisation claim.
Recent studies have suggested that almost a third of workers in the UK have suffered harassment or bullying at work. This is a staggering amount, but from the experiences of our clients, at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors we suspect this could still be an underestimate.
When clients ring to discuss the problems they are having with their employer, we often advise them to raise a Grievance. Read on for more information about how and why you should raise a Grievance.
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.