So many of my clients believe that once they have received a Settlement Agreement from their employer, they have no choice but to sign it. This is just not true and in many cases I am able to help my clients improve their deal. Read on for more information about how….
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One of the most frustrating things about speaking with new clients, often with excellent Employment Tribunal claims, is having to advise them they may be out of time. The case described below provides a useful reminder that in discrimination and detriment cases involving a string of complaints, the last act can be used for limitation date purposes. Read on for more information.
We are so grateful to all the key workers in the UK who are working around the clock to keep us as safe as possible. To ensure these unsung heroes don’t lose out on their holiday entitlement, the Business Secretary has created the Working Time (Coronavirus) (Amendment) Regulations 2020. Read this post for more…..
Responding to allegations of professional misconduct, in circumstances where you could lose your registration to work is daunting. This post details just one case where I successfully assisted a client who had been referred to her regulator.
We are delighted to welcome Lucy Stones as an Associate – Specialist Employment Lawyer and the newest member of the team at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors.
This week I successfully concluded a case for a whistleblowing client. Read my post to find out more….
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.
13th May 2019 to 19th May 2019 is Mental Health Awareness Week. Mental Health problems can affect and in fact are likely to affect us all in some way. This post explores the ACAS Guide ‘Promoting positive mental health in the workplace’. Read on for more information.
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….