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.
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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.
CASE UPDATE – A delivery driver was found to have been fairly dismissed for refusing to wear a face mask…
On 10 February 2021, the Employment Tribunal held that an employee had been fairly dismissed for refusing to wear a face mask when visiting a customer site in the case of Kubilius v Kent Foods Ltd ET/3201960/2020. Read on for more…….
I have recently received lovely feedback from a client who I have achieved a settlement for in their claim for Unfair Dismissal. Read on to see what my client had to say…
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.
Today, the Supreme Court has upheld an Employment Tribunal’s decision that Uber drivers are ‘workers’ for the purpose of individual rights in Employment Law, but why is this an important decision?
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 Reconsideration of a Judgment, read on for more information.
I was recently instructed by a client who felt her redundancy was unfair. Read on for more information about my client’s story and how I helped.