Choosing the right employment lawyer to help with your work problem can be daunting. Obviously, at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors we would like you to choose us. However, even if you instruct a different solicitor, we hope the guidance in this post helps you make an informed choice.
Clients often ask about the Employment Tribunal process and what they can expect if they submit a claim. Read on for an outline of the main steps taken by the Employment Tribunal when considering a claim.
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.
I have helped numerous clients with their Settlement Agreements (previously known as a Compromise Agreements) over the years. If you have been offered a Settlement Agreement, read my blog for the questions you should be asking your solicitor.
Nearly every day, I speak to a client who wants to resign and claim constructive dismissal at the Employment Tribunal. This is usually because their employer’s behaviour has made it difficult, sometimes impossible, for them to continue in their job. Read on for five points to remember about constructive dismissal.
On Monday 7th September 2015, LincsLaw Employment Law Solicitors opened our doors to welcome clients with employment law and workplace problems. Read on to find out how we helped.
I frequently receive enquiries from employees who have been subject to sex discrimination or sexual harassment in their workplace. I set out below some guidance for anyone who believes they are suffering sex discrimination or sexual harassment at work.
When clients ring to discuss problems they are having with their employer, we often advise them to send a Grievance. I set out some guidance and tips for raising a Grievance with your employer.
I recently completed a matter for a client who had subject to an unfair redundancy selection by his employer. Read on for more information about how I helped him challenge his employer’s decision.