Constructive Dismissal Example

Set out below is a constructive dismissal example along with guidance on what to do in this situation. If you have experienced a difficult situation at work (and you have been an employee continuously for at least 2-years) which has made you feel as though you have no option but to resign, you may be … Read more

Restrictions After Termination of Employment

An employer can enforce contractual restrictions after termination of employment, which is a complex and often misunderstood area of law. The restrictions after termination of employment (usually referred to as restrictive covenants) can dictate your next professional steps and bind you legally even beyond your last day on the payroll. From non-compete clauses that restrict … Read more

Redundancy Selection Criteria

How Is An Employee Selected for Redundancy? If you are facing potential redundancy, your employer must use fair redundancy selection criteria when choosing which employees to put at risk of redundancy and dismissal. Their choice cannot be based on protected characteristics (see discrimination) such as age, race, disability or gender or for any other unfair … Read more

Redundancy Pay Tax

An employee with at least 2 years of service is entitled to redundancy pay if they are made redundant. Understanding redundancy pay tax is essential if you are at risk of redundancy. You will also want to understand if there has been an Unfair Dismissal and if the procedure of redundancy was fair. What is … Read more

No Win No Fee Solicitors For Employment

We are often asked if we are No Win No Fee Solicitors For Employment. The answer depends on your situation and legal issue. An element of our Exit With Compensation Package is often funded using a no win no fee (the negotiation phase), but we require a fixed fee up front to cover Phase 1, … Read more

Procedure Of Redundancy – Top Tips

Facing redundancy can be daunting. The procedure of redundancy is important to understand at the outset.  Our expert employment lawyers list their top legal tips for dealing with redundancy and ensuring that your rights and interests are protected during this difficult time. Please note, you must have at least 2 years of continuous service as … Read more

Mental Health At Work

Mental Health At Work is a common issue and often raises issues in relation to disability discrimination.  It is essential to fully understand your rights if you have a mental health issue that is impacting your working life, which includes work-related stress and anxiety. In this article, we cover newly updated guidance on mental health … Read more

Settlement Agreement Solicitor Near Me

The Ultimate Guide to Finding the Best Settlement Agreement Solicitor Near You Are you facing a legal dispute and need a settlement agreement solicitor? Finding the right professional to assist you in resolving your legal matters can be a daunting task. But fear not! In this ultimate guide, we will walk you through the steps … Read more

Fair Reasons For Dismissal

What Are Fair Reasons For Dismissal? If you have been an employee for at least 2-years, then your employer can only lawfully dismiss you if they have a fair reason for doing so. There are 5 fair reasons for dismissal. If you are unfairly dismissed, you may be able to make a legal claim against … Read more

How Is Holiday Pay Calculated

We are often asked how is holiday pay calculated. Holiday pay can be a complicated area and some recent changes are being made in 2024, which we summarise below. New changes to employees’ holiday pay and entitlement Changes are being made in 2024 to employees’ holiday pay and entitlement under the Working Time Regulations. The … Read more