Adverse weather conditions such as snow, ice and flooding can cause road closures, public transport cancellations or delays or school closures which may prevent employees getting to work. A number of issues can arise for employers and employees including whether employees should be paid when they do not come in to work. Read on for more information.
Lucy Stones has received lovely feedback from two recent clients of hers.
Lincs Law Employment Solicitors need YOU! We are currently recruiting for an Employment Solicitor, read on for more information.
Lucy Stones has received lovely feedback from a client of hers.
Are you being discriminated against at work and being treated unfairly?
Employees are entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday each year (including bank holidays). Apart from your holiday, there are other situations where you might be entitled to time off, such as to look after a dependant. Read my blog for more information.
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.
Here at Lincs Law, we regularly meet people who suffer from a disability and who are feeling frustrated at work. Quite frequently, that frustration stems from their employer failing to consider and implement changes in their workplace, which imposes great difficulties and stress on our clients.
If you have been unfairly dismissed by your employer, you need to take action now. Read on for more information.