If you have been dismissed for gross misconduct, you have the right to appeal your employer’s decision. Please read on to find out more.
I have recently concluded a claim for pregnancy discrimination, harassment, and victimisation. Read on to see how I helped my client…
If you have been dismissed by reason of redundancy, you may be entitled to take paid time off during your notice period, specifically to look for new employment or arrange training for your future employment. Please read on to find out more.
We get many calls from clients who have been made redundant, only to find their employer is recruiting, or has recruited, new staff soon after they have left. This is always a difficult situation and there are many “Google Myths” suggesting there is a fixed period of time when an employer can recruit after redundancies. This is simply not true. If you have been made redundant and your employer has recruited new staff, read on to see if you have a claim.
I was delighted to assist a client who was experiencing difficulties at work. For more details about my client’s situation, please read on.
It is very common for employers to set a probationary period for new employees as a way to assess employees during the first few months of their employment. If you are subject to a probationary period and your employer considers that you do not meet the required standards, your employer may terminate, with notice, your employment contract. Whether you are able to challenge your employer’s decision to terminate will depend upon a number of factors.
Going through a dismissal process is extremely difficult for any employee. However, even after the decision has been made and the termination notices have been sent, the employer still owes their employee an obligation to consider the fairness of any dismissal. Read on for more information.
If you are facing disciplinary proceedings, please read on for our Top Tips.
Being made redundant, understandably, puts pressure on you and your family. However, if you have been made redundant, it is important you understand what payments you should receive. Please read on to find out more.