Over the years I have met with many individuals who are experiencing difficulties at work. The difficulties they experience can range from working conditions, performance issues as well as forms of bullying and harassment. This blog talks about what you can do if you are being bullied or harassed at work.
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I Want To Change My Working Arrangements, But I Am Not Eligible To Make A Statutory Flexible Working Request.
To be able to make a Statutory Flexible Working Request, you must have been employed for at least 26 weeks with your current employer. But what happens if you are not eligible? Read on for more information.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of things for many of us. Working from home has become the new normal and most employers have become more flexible about how and when hours are worked. It suits some of us, so what if you want these arrangements to continue after we can all return to our places of work? Read on for more information.
Navigating the Employment Tribunal Process on your own can be a daunting, and sometimes confusing experience. If the Employment Tribunal has ordered you to do something by a specific date, you must comply with that Order. If you cannot comply, you must seek to change the Order. Read on for more information.
According to a recent survey conducted by the Institute of Fiscal Studies “working mothers have been able to do only one hour of uninterrupted work for every three hours done by men during lockdown”. Whilst this statistic may not be surprising to working mothers, it does raise some important questions as to whether working mothers have been treated less favourably in their employment during the Covid-19 Lockdown.
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.
Can an employer force you to partake in a COVID-19 routine testing programme? Read on to learn more.
Sometimes, acronyms can be more confusing than helpful. Has your employer asked you to consider a MARS? If they have, it is unlikely they are referring to a chocolate bar, or a trip to another planet. To find out what a MARS is in Employment Law, read this blog.
Once the Employment Tribunal has passed Judgment, that decision is binding on both parties. However, there are certain, very limited, circumstances when you can challenge the decision made by the Employment Tribunal. This blog covers an Appeal to the Employment Appeal Tribunal, read on for more information.