Responding to disciplinary allegations can be daunting. Read on for some practical guidance, along with feedback from a client I recently assisted with their disciplinary hearing…
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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….
Every employee in the UK has the statutory right to ask to work flexibly after 26 weeks of employment. The right to make a statutory request can only be made once in any 12 month period. This post looks at the most important factors to take into account before and during a formal application to work flexibly.
If you have been sacked and are worried that all is lost, read this post to see how I recently achieved another reinstatement result for an unfairly dismissed client.
We are delighted to share feedback received this week for our Director and Specialist Employment Law Solicitor, Sophie Goodwill. Read on to see how instructing us could help you achieve the best outcome possible…..
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.
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.
Valentines Day and the immediate aftermath can cause chaos within the workplace. For example, is it acceptable to send a colleague a Valentines card, or could you leave yourself and your employer open to claims of sexual harassment? On the other hand, have you received a Valentines card or messages which you feel are too much? Set out below is some guidance on what the law says, along with some practical guidance.