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How to defend a wrongful dismissal claim?

| by Robert Rocker
Wrongful dismissal is when a contract of employment is unlawfully terminated by the employer and in these cases, fairness is not an issue. The only...

What is the role of an advocate at an employment tribunal?

| by Nick Singer
Employment tribunals are an independent body/tribunal which makes decisions in legal disputes between employers and employees on the issues of empl...

What are the time limits for wrongful dismissal?

| by Robert Rooker
A claim for wrongful dismissal may be brought in the County or High Court or in the Employment Tribunals.

What is Wrongful dismissal?

| by Robert Rocker
Wrongful dismissal is essentially a breach of contract claim against your employer.

Employment tribunal advice for employers

| by Stephen Britton
The Employment Tribunals are an independent judicial body established to resolve disputes between employers and employees over employment rights. T...

What is a grievance?

| by Mark Ferron
Grievances could be anything, concerns, problems or complaints at work, which should be taken up with your employer

Employment Tribunal proceedings for employees

| by Stephen Britton
Expert employment solicitor Stephen Britton explains and answers some questions on Employment Tribunal proceedings for employees.

What are the reasons for automatic unfair dismissal?

| by Stephen Britton
Automatic unfair dismissal occurs when someone is dismissed and that dismissal violates the employee’s statutory legal rights.

What is unfair dismissal?

| by Stephen Britton
Expert employment solicitor Stephen Britton explains and answers some questions on unfair dismissal.

Understanding sickness, your rights and being disciplined whilst sick

| by Sarah Everton
An employer will often managing attendance problems often means tackling possible causes of absence and sickness, where it affects the business.

What are my rights working on Bank Holidays

| by Stephen Britton
It is really up to your employer to decide whether or not you have to work on bank holidays.

What is Whistle-blowing (Part 2)?

| by Paul Jackson
The term whistleblowing can be defined as someone raising a concern about a wrong doing within their organisation. The concern must be a genuine co...
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