If your employer has been through a disciplinary process which has resulted in your gross misconduct dismissal, you have the right to appeal their decision. Read on for more information about appealing your dismissal.
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If you are considering issuing a claim to the Employment Tribunal, the chances are you have already encountered significant stress at work and so the added pressure of working out how you are going to fund representation for your claim can simply create more anxiety for you. The good news is that there are affordable options of funding your representation, and on occasions, you may actually find that pursuing your claim does not cost you anything.
If you have received notice of redundancy from your employer and think your selection was unfair, there are ways of raising your objections. Read on for more information about appealing or submitting a grievance about your redundancy.
We really do have the most fantastic clients at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors. I am always aware that my clients have trusted me with their problems, and I am delighted when I can help. Please read on for my latest client review.
There has been further consideration of apprenticeships in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic. If you are an apprentice, or want to be an apprentice, it has been reassuring to hear that the government has committed to increase funding for businesses taking on apprentices and expand ‘portable’ apprenticeships so that they can be taken between employers. Nevertheless, apprentices can still face dismissal especially in the current climate. Like other employees you have certain rights, such as the right to claim unfair dismissal (subject to being employed for at least 2 years) and protection against discrimination.
I was delighted to represent a recent client with his unfair redundancy situation. Read on for my client’s story and how I helped.
I recently assisted a client in respect of a Settlement Agreement. I did not consider the original Settlement Agreement accurately reflected the compensation my client was due and therefore negotiated on her behalf for a better deal. Please read on for more information about how I was able to increase my client’s compensation.
Most days I get a phone call from a distressed client who has had their employment terminated after a short time in their job. Read on for more information about what they can and can’t do.
I have met many who clients who have experienced discrimination in the workplace because of their disability. One question I am frequently asked is ‘what reasonable adjustments should my employer implement to help me at work?‘ Read on to learn more…