A redundancy procedure is an incredibly stressful and anxious time for any employee. It is important that your employer follows the correct procedure when implementing a redundancy situation. This blog looks at one element of the redundancy procedure – suitable alternative employment.
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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.
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…
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.
Just because your employer says you are redundant, it doesn’t necessarily mean your dismissal is fair. If you are facing redundancy in these uncertain times, it is important you protect your position and get expert guidance. Read my post for some essential tips.
I was delighted to receive a five-star review recently from a client I gave advice to about a settlement agreement. Read on for my information about my client’s story and how I helped.
I am always extremely grateful to receive a five-star review from my clients. Please read on to see the full review and a background into how I was able to assist my client from start to finish.
If you have recently been offered or received a Settlement Agreement from your employer, how should you respond? Read on to learn more.