It’s the summer holidays! Most of us enjoy a break or time away from work at this time of year. But do you know what your holiday entitlement is and what your rights are to request and take leave? Read on for more information.
Settlement Agreement Solicitors are needed by clients who are offered a Settlement Agreement by their employers. Read on for more information.
It’s almost a year since ACAS published their guidance on employment references, but this remains a topic much hotter than our summer weather! Read my post to see if the ACAS guidance will help you in your search for the perfect job…..
A Disability Discrimination Solicitor can help disabled people who may be unsure of their rights at work. Recent studies have identified that almost half of disabled people in employment consider they have suffered in the workplace because of their disability. Read on for more information about how a Disability Discrimination Solicitor can help you.
An agency worker typically ‘signs up’ with an employment agency to work for one or more of the employment agency’s clients. Assignments are often for a fixed period, but can be long term and open-ended. The rights of agency workers are often far from clear because there are different rights and obligations depending on an agency worker’s employment status. There is also legislation which specifically grants or excludes certain rights to agency workers, regardless of their employment status.
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, along with feedback I received over the weekend from a very happy client.
Judicial Mediation can sometimes be a sensible way for clients to resolve their Employment Tribunal claims. Read on for more about the pros and cons and why it might be suitable for you.
It is becoming more and more common for employees to record conversations at work covertly. There are a number of reasons why an employee might wish to do this, but what are the potential consequences for an employee who does record a conversation covertly and are recordings ever admissible in Employment Tribunal proceedings? Read on for more information.
Just because your employer says you are redundant, it doesn’t necessarily mean your dismissal is fair. If you are facing redundancy, read my post for some essential guidance.