I have recently achieved a settlement for my client who was pursuing an Unfair Dismissal claim in the Employment Tribunal. When I first met with my client, she had been offered a Settlement Agreement but following my advice she chose to pursue an Employment Tribunal claim instead. Read on to learn more.
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If your employer has been through an internal process which has resulted in your redundancy dismissal, you will often have the right to appeal their decision. Read on for more information about appealing your redundancy dismissal.
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Last week I concluded a complex Unfair Dismissal claim for my client. I was really pleased to receive a 5 Star Review. Read on for more…
I have received some lovely feedback from a recent client. I assisted with a Settlement Agreement they had been offered by their employer. Read on for more information about how I helped them.
In Employment Law, there are three categories of individuals who provide their services in the job market; Employee, Worker and a Self-employed contractor but which one applies to you?
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.
Sadly, there continues to be a high number of redundancies being made by employers due to the Coronavirus pandemic. That said, I have also received questions from employees as to whether it is lawful for an employer to reduce their hours, working days or pay instead of making them redundant. Read on to learn more.
For employees who remain on Furlough Leave, it can be an anxious wait to hear whether there is a job for you to return to when the Job Retention Scheme comes to an end. However, whilst you may have been on Furlough Leave this does not mean you should automatically be selected for redundancy. Read on to learn more.
As we approach our way towards the end of the Job Retention Scheme but with coronavirus cases continuing to dominate the news, I have noticed there is a growing sense of unease for employees who are due to return to work soon. The main concern is one of Health and Safety at Work and ensuring they are safe, or what their position is if they are classed as vulnerable or ‘high risk’. I have therefore set out some of the most frequent questions I have been asked recently. Read on for more.