Gross misconduct is a term given to particularly serious offences committed in the workplace. Please read on for more information about gross misconduct at work.
If your employer does not have enough work for you it might consider laying you off with no work or reducing your working hours. Both of these options may help to avoid redundancies. Read on for more information about when an employer might do this and whether they have the right to do this.
I am thrilled to have received lovely comments from a recent client of mine. I helped her with an internal disciplinary at work and also issues relating to discrimination. Read on to learn more.
Do You Need an Employment Law Solicitor who is “…extremely helpful, friendly and makes everything clear…”?
Last week I assisted a client with a Settlement Agreement. I was really pleased to receive the following 5 Star Review. Read on for more…
My aim is to provide each client with professional, timely and personable advice and so, it is always very rewarding to receive feedback like this from a client. Read on to see my review.
I was delighted to receive a five star review from a client who had been offered a Settlement Agreement by her employer. Read on for more details.
I have recently achieved a settlement for my client who was pursuing an Unfair Dismissal claim in the Employment Tribunal. When I first met with my client, she had been offered a Settlement Agreement but following my advice she chose to pursue an Employment Tribunal claim instead. Read on to learn more.
If your employer has been through an internal process which has resulted in your redundancy dismissal, you will often have the right to appeal their decision. Read on for more information about appealing your redundancy dismissal.
Do You Need a Solicitor “…Instrumental in securing the best possible outcome…super-efficient and professional…?
Last week I concluded a complex Unfair Dismissal claim for my client. I was really pleased to receive a 5 Star Review. Read on for more…