Just because your employer says you are redundant, it doesn’t necessarily mean your dismissal is fair. If you are facing redundancy, read my post for some essential guidance.
Posts Tagged ‘unfair dismissal’
Claims for Constructive Dismissal are tough to win. Read this post to see the feedback one of our Solicitors received yesterday following successful conclusion of a Constructive Dismissal claim.
I recently assisted a client with a difficult situation at work where she faced allegations relating to her performance and capability. As my client had less than two years of service, she was anxious the allegations would lead to her dismissal and she would have no recourse in the Employment Tribunal. Read on to see how I helped her….
Most days I get a phone call from a distressed client who has been dismissed after a few months with their employer. Read on for more information about what they can and can’t do.
Friends, generalist advisers and the internet will tell you that you need two years’ service with your employer before you can bring a claim for unfair dismissal at the Employment Tribunal. To a certain degree they are correct, two years’ service is the general rule. However, the benefit of being specialist employment solicitors is that, at Lincs Law, we don’t just know the general rules but all the exceptions as well. Read on for more information.
If you have been sacked and are worried that all is lost, read this post to see how I recently achieved another reinstatement result for an unfairly dismissed client.
Many employers offer a benefit to their employees termed “ill health retirement”. Where available, this benefit can provide immediate access to pension funds if an employee is too unwell to continue working. Read on to see how I can help if you have a dispute with your employer about access to your pension fund.
In Mr J Hargreaves v Governing Body of Manchester Grammar School UKEAT/0048/18/, the Employment Appeal Tribunal considered whether it was fair for an employer to withhold evidence from the disciplinary hearing that ultimately led to his dismissal. Read my post for full details of this case and the implications for employees.
It has recently been reported in the local press that a Lincolnshire employer will need to cut jobs if further government funding is not provided. If you are facing redundancy, read my post for some essential guidance.