You may have experienced one issue at work which has caused you concern, or you may be experiencing a string of issues. Irrelevant of what the issue is, it can be a daunting prospect when contemplating whether you should submit a Formal Grievance. This blog sets out how to submit a Formal Grievance and what to include.
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Many clients contact Lincs Law Employment Solicitors and ask for “No Win No Fee” representation for their Employment Tribunal claim. However, they are often surprised when we suggest that this may not be the best funding choice for them. Indeed, for the majority of our clients, “No Win No Fee” may well be a disproportionately expensive way of getting the representation and assistance they need. Read on for more.
It is becoming increasingly common for an employer to address an employee’s inappropriate online behaviour, even if that behaviour took place outside of the workplace.
This month I have been fortunate to receive two lovely reviews from clients whose cases have both successfully concluded this month. Read on to see what they had to say about me.
Generally, when an employee has over two years’ continuous employment, they have the right not to be unfairly dismissed. There are three different ways an employee can be dismissed, but this blog deals exclusively with termination by the employer and what an employer has to show to evidence such a dismissal was fair.
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.
Most parents understand how difficult it can be to juggle work and childcare. There are, however, rights in place to assist employees, such as the right to request flexible working and time off to care for children. Read on for more information.
Workplace Reasonable Adjustments
We often receive enquiries from disabled employees asking about their rights at work and, in particular, what reasonable adjustments their employer is obliged to provide. We hope the information on our website is helpful, but nothing is better than discussing your situation with a fully qualified disability discrimination solicitor. If you would like a no obligation, free consultation, please use the contact form, engage in a web chat, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01522 440512
Over the years I have met with many individuals who are experiencing difficulties at work. The difficulties they experience can range from working conditions, performance issues as well as forms of bullying and harassment. This blog talks about what you can do if you are being bullied or harassed at work.