I received a call yesterday from a lovely lady who told me she had been dismissed by her employer. From the circumstances she described, I considered she would have an excellent claim for unfair dismissal at the Employment Tribunal. However, things got quite frantic when she told me the date of her dismissal! Read on for more information.
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ACAS Early Conciliation is an important stage in the process of bringing an Employment Tribunal claim. However, at Lincs Law we find that a lot of our clients are unaware of this important step and what is required of them. Please read on for further information.
I have felt really privileged recently to have received some lovely comments from clients who have achieved a successful outcome in their employment dispute, or Employment Tribunal Claim.
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.
In their report “An Unequal Crisis”, the Citizens Advice Bureau published research identifying that employees who are disabled, have caring responsibilities or who are shielding are more likely to be made redundant. Read on for more information.
I recently concluded an Employment Tribunal claim of Disability Discrimination and Unlawful Deduction from Wages for a client. Read on to see how I helped….
At Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we have received an increase in enquiries from clients who have resigned from their job and want to bring a Constructive Dismissal claim against their employer. Read on for more information.
There is a common misconception that because an employee has been unfairly dismissed, they will automatically receive compensation. Read this important post for why that is not necessarily true, and how you can ensure the best financial result if you win your claim…
Going through a dismissal process is extremely difficult for any employee. However, even after the decision has been made and the termination notices have been sent, the employer still owes their employee an obligation to consider the fairness of any dismissal. Read on for more information.