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.
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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.
I have recently finalised a fantastic outcome for my client. She had received a Settlement Agreement from her employer and made an appointment with me to go over the terms. I was instructed to renegotiate the Termination Payment she was being offered and my client received a fantastic increase to her employers’ original offer.
Being invited a disciplinary meeting at work is stressful. Employees are often at their most anxious at exactly the time when they need to be thinking clearly. If you have been invited to a disciplinary meeting, read on for help and guidance.
We have experienced a significant rise in the number of clients being threatened with Performance Management Procedures or Performance Improvement Plans. Read on for more information.
When faced with allegations of Gross Misconduct, employees often feel helpless. Read on to see how I could help you….
I am really pleased to have received some lovely feedback from my client who I have recently achieved a settlement for in her claim for Unfair Dismissal and Wrongful Dismissal.
I have been very happy to help my client during an emotional time and achieve a good outcome for her.