Whether it is your claim or you have been asked to support someone by giving evidence, being a witness and giving evidence at an Employment Tribunal Hearing can be a daunting prospect. For more information on whether you have to attend the Hearing, read on.
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We understand going to the Employment Tribunal can be a daunting prospect. Read on for guidance as to what might happen at your Hearing in the Employment Tribunal.
Have you been asked to prepare a bundle of documents for your Employment Tribunal matter? Read on for more information.
There are several different stages you will go through when making a claim in the Employment Tribunal. You may have been given notice of a Preliminary Hearing, but what is it? What does it mean? What will be discussed and what do you have to do? At Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we want to help and, therefore, in this post we have set out information and assistance about Preliminary Hearings. We hope the information below is helpful. However, if you would like to discuss your Employment Tribunal claim with a qualified, specialist, employment solicitor, please call on 01522 440512 for a free consultation.
If you have a claim in the Employment Tribunal, at some stage you will be asked to draft and submit a Witness Statement. But what is a Witness Statement? Who should be submitting one and what needs to be included? Read on for more information.
These are difficult times and many employees are having to look to the Employment Tribunal to safeguard their employment rights. Obviously, we would hope anyone needing employment law help would contact us and you are very welcome to call us on 01522 440512 for a free consultation. However, whether you have instructed an Employment Solicitor, or you are representing yourself, we hope the information below about the Employment Tribunal process below is helpful.