Choosing the right solicitor to help with your Settlement Agreement can be daunting. Obviously, at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we would like you to choose us. As a specialist Employment Law practice, we are able to draw on a combined 80 years’ experience helping people with their employment law problems and advising them on their Settlement Agreements.
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According to a recent survey conducted by the Institute of Fiscal Studies “working mothers have been able to do only one hour of uninterrupted work for every three hours done by men during lockdown”. Whilst this statistic may not be surprising to working mothers, it does raise some important questions as to whether working mothers have been treated less favourably in their employment during the Covid-19 Lockdown.
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.
Judicial Mediation can sometimes be a sensible way for clients to resolve their Employment Tribunal matters, this is especially so with the current delays at the Employment Tribunal. Read on for more information.
At Lincs Law Employment Solicitors we often get enquiries from employees who feel that they are being harassed and bullied at work. Employees don’t always realise that harassment at work has a specific definition. Please read on for further information about when you can bring harassment claims against your employer.
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.
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.
If you have been unfairly dismissed by your employer, you need to take action now. Read on for more information about the steps you need to take.
Here at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we have seen an increase in the number of our employee clients being offered a Settlement Agreement. Unfortunately, our clients do not always understand what a Settlement Agreement is and, more importantly, what their rights are. Please read on for more information.