I recently assisted a client with a difficult situation at work where she faced allegations relating to her performance and capability. As my client had less than two years of service, she was anxious the allegations would lead to her dismissal and she would have no recourse in the Employment Tribunal. Read on to see how I helped her….
Suffering Sexual Harassment at Work can feel very isolating. Read this post to see the feedback one of our Solicitors received last week following successful conclusion of a client’s Sexual Harassment at Work claim.
In claims of constructive dismissal, one of the most crucial pieces of evidence the Employment Tribunal will consider is the employee’s resignation. Read on for more information about what should and should not be included.
My client sought advice after he was unfairly demoted, suffered a pay cut and was forced to relocate by his employer. Read this post to see how I assisted my client get the disciplinary sanction quashed, along with reinstatement into his role, back pay and a pay rise.
Most days I get a phone call from a distressed client who has been dismissed after a few months with their employer. Read on for more information about what they can and can’t do.
Receiving a Settlement Agreement from your employer can bring the worry of financial uncertainty and questions over where your career is heading next. However, with the right solicitor on your side, you could achieve a great outcome ensuring you have sufficient time and freedom to start the next chapter in your employment story.
I have seen an increase in clients coming to see me in relation to claims for age discrimination. Read my post to learn more about this type of claim.
Victimisation at work is one of the most misunderstood terms in employment law. Read on to find out whether you have a victimisation claim.
Following a claim for Discrimination or Detriments, the Employment Tribunal can make an award of compensation to Claimants (employees) for something called hurt feelings. This type of compensation is to reflect how hurt a Claimant is by the treatment they received from the Respondent (or employer).