Dismissed with no notice pay and don’t know what to do? Read this post on how I recently helped a client successfully conclude a claim for breach of contract.
Unfairly dismissed and facing the prospect of being struck off? Read this post on how I recently helped a client successfully conclude a claim for unfair dismissal and have the referral to her regulatory body closed down with no further action.
In my many years as an employment law solicitor in Lincoln, I have helped thousands of clients litigate their Employment Tribunal claim. I am always concerned to give my clients as much information as possible, so they can make an informed decision when they are considering whether to start the Employment Tribunal process.
Bullying at work enquiries are amongst the most common I receive. On a daily basis, I speak to people who have had their lives made a misery by the bullying of colleagues, managers and customers.
Everyone has a personal reaction to being offered a Settlement Agreement by their employer.
This morning the Supreme Court has held that Mr Smith, in the case of Pimlico Plumbers v Gary Smith, was a worker in accordance with section 230 (3) (b) of the Employment Rights Act 1996.
Being subjected to a Performance Improvement Plan at work is stressful and anxiety provoking. This is even more so when the management action taken is completely unjustified.
I am still surprised by the number of clients who are unclear on their employment status and the rights their status provides. This post looks at the legal definitions of employee, worker and those who are in business on their own account. It also highlights some of the implications of worker status.
Being subjected to a Performance Management procedure at work causes a huge amount of anxiety for all involved.