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.
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I have recently achieved a settlement for my client who pursued a Constructive Unfair Dismissal and Disability Discrimination Claim in the Employment Tribunal. She has recently written to me to thank me for representing her.
I have recently settled an Employment Tribunal claim for Constructive Unfair Dismissal on behalf of my client.
I have recently settled a claim which I had issued in the Employment Tribunal for Constructive Unfair Dismissal and Disability Discrimination, on behalf of my client.
Lucy Stones’ has recently finalised a Settlement Agreement for her client. The client was employed by a company who approached her with a view to offering her a Settlement Agreement but in return, her employment would terminate.
Lucy Stones has received lovely feedback from two recent clients of hers.
At Lincs Law we regularly meet people who are experiencing difficulties at work. These can range from their working conditions, performance issues as well as experiencing forms of bullying or harassment. Understandably, any issue that you are experiencing at work can have a huge impact on you which can also intrude into your home life too.
I am very happy to announce I have joined Lincs Law as an Associate Employment Law Solicitor. Having previously worked with both Sally Hubbard and Sophie Goodwill at a local firm of solicitors, I am very excited to continue my career with Lincs Law.
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.