ACAS Early Conciliation is an important stage in the process of bringing an Employment Tribunal claim. However, at Lincs Law we find that a lot of our clients are unaware of this important step and what is required of them. Please read on for further information.
I was over the moon to receive some beautiful flowers this afternoon from a client I have just finished working with. I really enjoy being able to work with clients to help them achieve their goals.
I am always delighted when I am able to assist my clients with their employment issues and achieve a positive outcome for them. Please read on to see how I was able to assist my client from start to finish.
I was delighted to receive such a positive review from a client facing redundancy.
If your employer has been through a disciplinary process which has resulted in your gross misconduct dismissal, you have the right to appeal their decision. Read on for more information about appealing your dismissal.
Lincs Law Employment Solicitors are a growing boutique practice specialising in Employment Law. We take pride in the work we do with our clients and have an enviable reputation for supporting people through their workplace issues. We are expanding and seek an Employment Solicitor or Employment Barrister to add to our increasing band of employment law specialists.
A redundancy procedure is an incredibly stressful and anxious time for any employee. It is important that your employer follows the correct procedure when implementing a redundancy situation. This blog looks at one element of the redundancy procedure – whether a genuine redundancy situation has occurred.
I was delighted to help a recent client with his Settlement Agreement. Read on for more information…
If your employer wants to make changes to the terms and conditions of your contract, they may have several options. Ideally, your employer will want to make changes with your agreement, but if you do not agree, your employer may unilaterally impose the change or terminate your existing contract and offer re-employment on new terms – commonly referred to as ‘fire and rehire’