I recently concluded an Employment Tribunal claim of Disability Discrimination and Unlawful Deduction from Wages for a client. Read on to see how I helped….
The UK was a member of the EU for almost 50 years and throughout those years, EU Law dramatically impacted UK Employment Law. This blog looks at the possible changes we could see to Employment Law following our departure.
We understand going to the Employment Tribunal can be a daunting prospect. Read on for guidance as to what might happen at your Hearing in the Employment Tribunal.
I was delighted to receive an excellent review from a client who had been offered a Settlement Agreement by her employer. Read on for more details.
You must usually give notice to lawfully terminate your contract of employment. There are exceptions, for example where the contract is for a fixed term and simply expires on a certain date or event, or where you intend to claim ‘constructive dismissal’. How you resign and what you say is also important.
We know this is a difficult time for all and, at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we want to help. Just call us on 01522 440512 for an initial free employment law advice consultation.
An employer can deduct money from an employee’s salary to pay for training courses in certain circumstances. However, the employer’s right to do this is not always absolute. Please read on for more information on when an employer can deduct money for training costs.
Do you need an employment law solicitor who can make a stressful situation “so much easier due to her calm and methodical advice”?
Just before Christmas I helped a client who was under considerable pressure to accept a less than ideal Settlement Agreement. Read on for more detail about how I helped…
I have met many who clients who have experienced discrimination in the workplace because of their disability. One question I am frequently asked is ‘what reasonable adjustments should my employer implement to help me at work?‘ Read on to learn more…