This week I successfully concluded a case for a whistleblowing client. Read my post to find out more….
Responding to allegations of professional misconduct in circumstances where you could lose your registration to work is daunting. This post details just one case where I successfully assisted a client who had been referred to her regulator.
I recently assisted a client with a very difficult situation at work where he faced serious gross misconduct allegations. My client absolutely denied any wrongdoing. However, if the misconduct allegations were found proven by his employer, he would have been dismissed without any notice pay. Read on to see how I helped….
It’s almost a year since ACAS published their guidance on employment references, but this remains a topic much hotter than our summer weather! Read my post to see if the ACAS guidance will help you in your search for the perfect job…..
Many employers offer a benefit to their employees termed “ill-health retirement”. Where available, this benefit can provide immediate access to pension funds if an employee is too unwell to continue working. Read on to see how I can help if you have a dispute with your employer about access to your pension fund, along with feedback I received over the weekend from a very happy client.
Just because your employer says you are redundant, it doesn’t necessarily mean your dismissal is fair. If you are facing redundancy, read my post for some essential guidance.
A recent Court of Appeal decision should serve to remind all employees (and employers) about the importance of lodging claims, responses and appeals in good time before a time limit expires. This includes taking into account possible technical glitches at the point of submitting documents which could lead to claims, responses and appeal falling out of time. Read on for more about this important case.
Claims for Constructive Dismissal are tough to win. Read this post to see the feedback one of our Solicitors received yesterday following successful conclusion of a Constructive Dismissal claim.
Yesterday, The Women and Equalities Select Committee (WESC) published a report titled “The use of non-disclosure agreements in discrimination cases”.
The full report can be viewed online but the main concerns identified, and recommendations made are summarised below.