Just before Christmas I received the most beautiful bunch of flowers from a client as a wonderful thank you gift. Please read on for more information on how I helped my client and the kind review she left me.
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Here at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we often advise clients who are facing expenses-related disciplinary allegations at work. If you are in this situation, please do not panic. We are specialist employment solicitors, and we are here to help. Please read on to find out more.
If you are facing disciplinary action you may look to resign before you are subject to any disciplinary sanction such as a written warning or, worse, dismissal. However, your employer can try to continue with disciplinary proceedings, even after you have resigned and your employment has ended.
This blog deals with what financial payments you should receive from your employer if you have been made redundant.
Here at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we often receive calls from distressed clients who, after reporting wrongdoing at work, have unfortunately been dismissed from their employment. In such circumstances, our advice is always to try (as best as possible!) not to panic. This being as certain legal protections and Employment Tribunal claims may be available. Please read on to find out more.
I was recently instructed by a client who had been offered a Settlement Agreement by their employer. Please read on to see how I helped my client with their Settlement Agreement and the 5 Star Review they gave.
At Lincs Law we understand how confusing it can be if you are offered a Settlement Agreement by your employer. My aim, as a specialist employment solicitor, it to do everything I can to ensure the process is as straightforward and clear as possible. Please read on for more information about Settlement Agreements and some wonderful Five Star Reviews which my clients have kindly shared.
It is a sign of the times that we are receiving so many enquiries about redundancy. One matter we are regularly asked about is suitable alternative employment. If you are going through a redundancy process and are looking for information about what is suitable alternative employment, read on.
Under the Employment Rights Act 1996, there are only 5 potentially fair reasons for an employer to dismiss an employee. Read on for more information.