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 Employment Solicitor or Employment Barrister to add to our increasing band of employment law specialists.
Are you representing yourself at the Employment Tribunal? Do you need assistance, but you are worried about costs of seeking legal advice? This post sets out how Lincs Law Employment Solicitors can help.
I have helped numerous clients with their Settlement Agreements (previously known as a Compromise Agreements) over the years. Every client has a different reaction or goes through a different process when considering a Settlement Agreement. More often, the employer will offer a Settlement Agreement to the employee. However, there might be occasions when the employee wants to initiate the process of leaving their employment. This post deals with that situation.
If you have received notice of redundancy from your employer and think your selection was unfair, there are ways of raising your objections. Read on for more information about appealing or submitting a grievance about your redundancy.
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.
I was delighted to receive some lovely flowers from my client after assisting him with a breach of contract matter against his former employer. We really do have the most wonderful clients at Lincs Law.
I Want To Change My Working Arrangements, But I Am Not Eligible To Make A Statutory Flexible Working Request.
To be able to make a Statutory Flexible Working Request, you must have been employed for at least 26 weeks with your current employer. But what happens if you are not eligible? Read on for more information.
We really do have the most fantastic clients at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors. I am always aware that my clients have trusted me with their problems, and I am delighted when I can help. Please read on for my latest client review.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of things for many of us. Working from home has become the new normal and most employers have become more flexible about how and when hours are worked. It suits some of us, so what if you want these arrangements to continue after we can all return to our places of work? Read on for more information.