Many employers offer a benefit to their employees termed “ill health retirement”. Where available, this benefit can provide immediate access to pension funds if an employee is too unwell to continue working. Read on to see how I can help if you have a dispute with your employer about access to your pension fund.
An employee can be dismissed if they are unable to do their job. However, the employer must act reasonably and follow a fair procedure.
If an employer and employee have decided to part ways, often one or the other will ask for a Protected Conversation. Read on for more information about Protected Conversations including what they are and how they can be used.
Today marks the end of Anti-Bullying Week 2018. Sadly, many of my clients tell me harrowing stories of bullying and harassment at work. This post sets out some practical tips for dealing with bullying in the workplace.
Suspension is when an employee is told by their employer not to attend their place of work or to carry out any work at all. Read on for more information about what it means to be suspended and an employee’s rights while suspended.
Choosing the right employment lawyer to help with your work problem can be daunting. Obviously, at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors we would like you to choose us. However, even if you instruct a different solicitor, we hope the guidance in this post helps you make an informed choice.
We know the significant impact problems at work can have on both employers and employees. All our solicitors are fully qualified and specialise only in employment law, but don’t just trust us… Read on for some of the lovely reviews our clients have recently left for one of our Directors, Sophie Goodwill.
Have you been asked to attend a disciplinary or grievance hearing? Did you know you have the right to be accompanied? Or perhaps you’ve been asked to accompany someone at such a hearing. Read on for more information about the right to be accompanied.
In Mr J Hargreaves v Governing Body of Manchester Grammar School UKEAT/0048/18/, the Employment Appeal Tribunal considered whether it was fair for an employer to withhold evidence from the disciplinary hearing that ultimately led to his dismissal. Read my post for full details of this case and the implications for employees.