I recently assisted a client with a very difficult situation at work where he faced serious gross misconduct allegations. My client absolutely denied any wrongdoing. However, if the misconduct allegations were found proven by his employer, he would have been dismissed without any notice pay. Read on to see how I helped….
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In some ways, a Settlement Agreement is just a contract between an employer and an employee. However, the ramifications of such an agreement are so serious that the employee must take independent legal advice from a specialist Settlement Agreement Solicitor before signing. Read on for my client’s story to explain why.
Claims for Constructive Dismissal are tough to win. Read this post to see the feedback one of our Solicitors received yesterday following successful conclusion of a Constructive Dismissal claim.
Before getting geared up to claim Unfair Dismissal, you should have a basic understanding of the realistic value of your claim. This post explores the compensation the Employment Tribunal may award, and highlights why expert advice, from our specialist solicitors could see you reach a far more positive outcome than expected.
I was delighted to help a client who had been the victim of sexual harassment and then had her contract of employment terminated. Read on for my client’s story.
On Monday 7th September 2015, LincsLaw Employment Law Solicitors opened our doors to welcome clients with employment law and workplace problems. Read on to find out how we helped.
I recently helped a lovely client secure more than double the compensation he had originally been offered by his employer to sign a Settlement Agreement waiving claims related to Flexible Working & Constructive Dismissal. For details of my client’s story, and how I can help you, read on….
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 age discrimination and if you have a claim.
Yesterday Unison applied to the Supreme Court asking them to consider an appeal against the recent Court of Appeal decision regarding pay for those staff who sleep in at work. If you sleep in at work, read this post to find out more…