Being required to attend a disciplinary meeting at work is stressful.
I frequently receive enquiries from employees and workers suffering disability discrimination at work.
One of the most frustrating things about seeing new clients, often with excellent Employment Tribunal claims, is having to advise them that they may be out of time.
I was delighted to help a lovely gentleman with his disability discrimination problem at work.
Of all the questions to ask your Employment Law Solicitor before you begin your Employment Tribunal claim, “How much is my claim worth?” has to be one of the most important.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an Employment Tribunal’s power to award costs for unreasonable conduct is not limited to costs that are necessarily caused by that conduct.
I regularly speak to clients who are distressed about the behaviour of their employers. They tell me they want to resign and claim constructive dismissal at the Employment Tribunal.
I know from the experiences my clients describe that being put in the position of negotiating a Settlement Agreement with your employer can be difficult.
When clients ring to discuss problems they are having with their employer, we often advise them to send a Grievance.