How do you prove workplace discrimination?

There are many ways in which someone can be discriminated against in their employment. We take a look at what shape discrimination may take and how it can be proved. If an employee is made redundant without the correct process… Read on

Avoiding claims when making redundancies

As businesses are being forced to make tough decisions in the wake of the pandemic, redundancy will be the only option for some. With circumstances already difficult, avoiding employment law claims for failing to follow the proper redundancy procedure is… Read on

Rising redundancies will lead to more settlement agreements

As the ongoing financial impact of Covid-19 takes its toll, businesses are being forced to make redundancies. Those being let go are often offered a settlement agreement, a legal agreement between employer and employee. Settlement agreements provide  a payment in… Read on

Settlement agreement negotiations

When you are in the midst of settlement agreement negotiations, one of your main considerations will be whether the financial package makes it worth signing or not. Several factors will come into play here. Usually these will be to do… Read on

Collective redundancy process

The rules for collective redundancy (making more than 20 people at a single unit of your business redundant within 90 days of each other) differ to those for 20 or fewer employees. Even if the number affected is not quite… Read on

Making an employee redundant

Making an employee redundant is never pleasant, but it is essential that employers follow the correct procedure for doing so. Merely complying with basic statutory employment law is not enough. The guidance below is relevant if you plan to make… Read on

Compensation for constructive dismissal

Constructive dismissal is a form of unfair dismissal. It’s a complex area of employment law, but if a claimant is successful, the compensation awards can be substantial. Claiming constructive dismissal Constructive dismissal arises where an employee is not actually dismissed… Read on

Examples of pay outs for constructive dismissal

If an employee resigns due to the actions of their employer, and successfully claims constructive dismissal, they may be entitled to a financial award. We examine examples of constructive dismissal pay outs, and outline the maximum amount you could receive,… Read on

Letter of resignation for constructive dismissal

Resigning from a job in order to bring a claim of constructive dismissal should not be done lightly, yet is the only option in some scenarios. In this article, we set out a checklist for a constructive dismissal resignation letter,… Read on

Can you be sacked for being off sick?

An employer is entitled to dismiss an employee for sickness in certain circumstances, provided they first follow an appropriate procedure. If an employer is too quick to dismiss someone who is off work due to illness, then the individual might… Read on

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