If you’ve been invited to attend a disciplinary hearing or meeting you, you have the right to be accompanied. Read on for more information about who can accompany you and their role as your companion.
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Most days I get a phone call from a distressed client who has had their employment terminated after a short time in their job. Read on for more information about what they can and can’t do.
Unfortunately, our firm has been targeted and despite security measures in place, we have fallen victim to a cyber-attack impacting certain of our outgoing email services.
Please be assured that we are dealing with this and have all the expert support in place to resolve the matter as quickly as possible.
In the meantime, it is very important that if you do receive an email from us asking you to click on a link, or open an attachment, please do not do so. Particularly, please also ensure you do not provide any personal (or other) information the email may seek. Simply delete the email and, ideally, change your email password.
Thank you for your time, co-operation and understanding.
There has been further consideration of apprenticeships in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic. If you are an apprentice, or want to be an apprentice, it has been reassuring to hear that the government has committed to increase funding for businesses taking on apprentices and expand ‘portable’ apprenticeships so that they can be taken between employers. Nevertheless, apprentices can still face dismissal especially in the current climate. Like other employees you have certain rights, such as the right to claim unfair dismissal (subject to being employed for at least 2 years) and protection against discrimination.
Can an employer force you to partake in a COVID-19 routine testing programme? Read on to learn more.
I was delighted to represent a recent client with his unfair redundancy situation. Read on for my client’s story and how I helped.
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…
You might be suspended if you are being investigated for misconduct or for medical or health and safety reasons. You will usually be told not to attend your place of work or communicate with your colleagues. Read on for more information about what it means to be suspended and your rights during suspension.
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?