Settlement Agreements are legally binding contracts which can be used to resolve ongoing workplace disputes or they can be used to end an employment relationship. They are voluntary and generally include some form of payment to be made to the employee. In essence, once a valid Settlement Agreement has been signed by both parties, the employee is unable to pursue or make any Employment Tribunal claims.
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If an employer and employee have decided to part ways, often one or the other will ask for a Protected Conversation. Read on for more information about Protected Conversations, including what they are and how they can be used.
The simple answer is yes, you can. Whilst an employee receives additional protection whilst on maternity leave such additional protection should not be seen as a ‘blanket cover’. An employer is entitled to continue investigating potential disciplinary matters which come to their attention.
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.
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.
I recently completed a matter for a client following his unfair selection for redundancy by his employer. Read on for more information about how I helped him challenge his employer’s decision.
Judicial Mediation can sometimes be a sensible way for clients to resolve their Employment Tribunal claims. Read on for more about the pros and cons and why it might be suitable for you.
It is becoming more and more common for employees to record conversations at work covertly. There are a number of reasons why an employee might wish to do this, but what are the potential consequences for an employee who does record a conversation covertly and are recordings ever admissible in Employment Tribunal proceedings? Read on for more information.
If you are subject to gross misconduct allegations at work, you need to take your situation seriously. Read on for more information about how you can defend yourself at a gross misconduct disciplinary hearing.