I recently met with my client after he was unfortunately dismissed from his employment due to his alleged poor performance. Please read on to find out how I helped my client.
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I recently concluded an Employment Tribunal claim for my client who had been unfairly dismissed from his employment and subject to sex discrimination by his employer. Please read on for information about how I helped, along with my client’s 5-star review.
Here at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors we, unfortunately, receive many calls from clients who feel they are being “victimised” at work. However, victimisation has a very specific meaning in law. Please read on to find out more.
If you have been dismissed for poor performance/under performing at work, you may have a claim for Unfair Dismissal in the Employment Tribunal. Please read on to find out more.
If you have been dismissed by reason of redundancy, you may be entitled to take paid time off during your notice period, specifically to look for new employment or arrange training for your future employment. Please read on to find out more.
This month I have been fortunate to receive two lovely reviews from clients whose cases have both successfully concluded this month. Read on to see what they had to say about me.
I have recently received a review from a client I helped during a disciplinary procedure they went through at work. Read on to learn more about how I advised them and to read his lovely feedback.
The Government Covid Vaccination Scheme is, for many, a positive step on the way out of lockdown. However, it can cause difficulties and problems for employees if your employer is requiring you to have a Covid-19 vaccine. If you are dismissed because you have refused the Covid-19 vaccination, there may be potential employment law claims available to you. Please read on for further information.
Have you been invited to a disciplinary meeting by your employer and are unsure what is expected of you? Please read on for further information on how you should prepare for your disciplinary meeting.