Coronavirus has had a devastating impact on businesses across the country. Job losses are as damaging as they are inevitable. So, how does the pandemic affect your redundancy rights?
Not sure if you’ve been fairly or unfairly dismissed from your job? It’s helpful to understand what constitutes unfair dismissal before taking further action.
Redundancy can send your whole world into a tailspin. But there are a few steps you can take to make the transition easier for you and your family.
There are many reasons a business can dismiss you from your job – but they can never be ‘unfair’. If you’re concerned about the hows and the whys surrounding your dismissal, explore out if you’re entitled to make an unfair dismissal claim.
When you’re offered a settlement agreement at work, the big question is: should I sign it?
If you’ve been called to a disciplinary hearing with your employer, you have the right to defend yourself We’ll show you how to prepare for a hearing and what to expect.
When you prepare to make an equal pay claim at an employment tribunal, you need to prove that the company you work for is paying you less than colleagues who perform work that’s equal, of equal value, or work that’s rated equivalent.
If you’ve entered into a workplace dispute, a settlement agreement could help resolve the matter rather than taking your claim to an employment tribunal.
Your employer can, in some circumstances, deduct your pay. Find out if your wage deductions are authorised or unauthorised, and how to get your money back.