We will identify whether you have been unfairly dismissed, and, if so,
help you fight to have this compensated.
Losing your job is upsetting and it can be even more stressful if you believe you have been unfairly dismissed.
Your employer needs to be able to prove that the principal reason for your dismissal was one of the following:
- Statutory illegality
- Some other substantial reason
If your employer does not have a fair reason to dismiss you, or if they fail to follow a fair process when handling your dismissal, you may be entitled to compensation.
It is important to identify whether this is the case as soon as possible, as there is a time limit from the date of your dismissal to bring this type of claim.
Our specialist employment lawyers can advise whether you are able to bring a claim for unfair dismissal and, if not, what other claims you may have. We will manage your claim efficiently to ensure that deadlines are met, and we will keep you up to date at every stage of the process.
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Tuesday 13th October 2020
Redundancies – Do’s and Dont’s
With a number of sectors hit by the current economic downturn we are now starting to see a number of businesses look to reduce cost by reducing staff numbers. The majority of businesses making staff cuts have seen a genuine downturn in business, and as a result have genuine redundancy situations. It is still however important that any redundancy process …
Sunday 28th June 2020
Ready for Flexible Furlough?
What is flexible furlough? From 1st July, you’ll have the flexibility to bring previously furloughed employees back to work part time, you can decide the hours and shift patterns they work to suit the needs of your business – you’ll pay their wages for the time they’re in work and can apply for a scheme grant to cover any of their normal …