I was really happy to receive a delicious box of chocolates and an accompanying ‘thank you’ card from a client I have recently represented. Read on to find out more.
Posts Tagged ‘termination of employment’
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.
I have recently received a review from a client I helped during a disciplinary procedure they went through at work. Read on to learn more about how I advised them and to read his lovely feedback.
Entitlements to notice when you are leaving your job can be confusing. Different entitlements apply whether you resign; are made redundant; are dismissed for gross misconduct etc. Add in differences between statutory and contractual entitlements, terms about garden leave and PILON, and it is easy to become confused. This blog hopes to make information about notice entitlements a little clearer. Read on for more information.
Gross misconduct is considered to be an action so serious as to justify summary dismissal. For more information about what constitutes gross misconduct in employment read on.
I was delighted to help a client who had been the victim of sexual harassment and then had her contract of employment terminated. Read on for my client’s story.
Preparing For A Disciplinary Meeting
I regularly blog about how clients can help themselves if they are accused of misconduct or gross misconduct. I make no apology for doing so again. At Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we want to help and I set out below information and guidance about what to do if you are subject to allegations of misconduct or gross misconduct and are going through a disciplinary process. However, nothing beats discussing your personal situation with a fully qualified Employment Solicitor. If you would like a no obligation, free consultation, just fill out a contact form, engage in a web chat, email email@example.com or call us on 01522 440512