By the end of this article, you should have an understanding of what a letter of complaint is, what it can achieve, who can complain, and how to go about raising a complaint.
It can be difficult to know where you stand when it comes to your employment rights when you do not have a physical paper contract to refer to. This article explains what your options are.
It has been estimated by ACAS that in the United Kingdom, by the year 2020, over a third of the workforce will be made up of people over the age of 50. This will change the way our workforce appears and functions and it can raise a lot of questions that this article will answer.
This article will discuss the five key steps that you should follow to have successful talks about difficult topics in your workplace.
This article will discuss the best way to handle unpaid wages under English Employment Law.
In this article, we will discuss what counts as sexual discrimination in the workplace, what you can do if you believe that you are the victim of sexual discrimination, and what you can do to find out more.
This article is designed to combat these expectations, by explaining the ways in which compensation is calculated, thus providing a basic understanding that will help put unrealistic expectations in perspective.
In this article, we will discuss UK law and basic information about bullying and harassment at work. We will also summarize the responsibilities of employers and outline some of the options open to employees.
If you notice workplace conflict, you may question what you can do to help? It can be hard to know what the right thing to do in these situations is, so this article will lay out three easy to implement tips to help you deal with conflict at work.
More people than ever have tattoos in the UK. The British Association of Dermatologists stated that one in five of us had a tattoo in 2012. This article will explain how the law stands regarding those of us who have tattoos and how this affects our employment rights.
Being called for a disciplinary can be a frightening experience. This article details the basic structure of a disciplinary so that you can know what to expect and have the best opportunity to be well prepared.
The accusations of bullying and harassment towards someone in the workplace is very serious and can have far-reaching consequences if the allegations are found to have grounds. This article will discuss the procedure that the majority of employers should follow when someone is accused of bullying
This article will address bereavement, in particular, how suffering a bereavement can impact on employment, both for employees and employers.
This article lays out the legal position and your rights when you become pregnant. It also outlines the legal redress available to you if you become the victim of unfavourable treatment.
Funding a claim is a common concern, this article attempts to reassure and explain exactly what your funding options are as well as covering in some detail the most common method of funding.
Taking your employer to Court is time-consuming and stressful. You should consider all aspects before bringing a claim including compensation.
Zero-hour contracts are not entirely one-sided as some people claim they are; they can both benefit and harm employers and employees.
It can be difficult to know exactly what holiday you are legally entitled to. This article explains how holiday entitlement is worked out and what to do if you're not getting what you should be.
What happens to your job if you get sick? What about your wage? How will you pay your bills? These are all concerns which this article hopes to address by shedding some light on the topic of Sick Pay.
There are a lot of genuine concerns to have when you bring a claim. Unfortunately, there are also a lot of myths out there that can muddy the waters and cause confusion and further stress.
Contesting an estate can be a long and arduous process, and there is no guarantee of success. This article lists three major issues to consider before choosing to contest an estate.
When you are forced to leave your job you can have a lot of questions. This article answers the three most critical questions you should be answering before you bring a claim.
Here are some aspects of a claim that the Tribunal may consider when making their decision.
One of the immediate concerns after someone close to you passes away is planning and paying for their funeral. This article discusses the options available in the UK for paying for a funeral and what restrictions may exist.
We often hear legal professionals lecture us on getting our wills organised. This article will address what happens if you fail to get your will in place.
A will is one of the most important documents you will ever sign. This article explains why.
If you have an accident at work, then your priority should be to recover from your injury. However, suffering an injury at work can raise various other concerns, this article puts those fears to rest.
Building satisfying working relationships with your co-workers is a worthwhile investment. This article explains five simple ways you can undertake to improve your relationships with your co-workers.
This article will bring to light and dispel the five most common assumptions people make about disciplinary situations in the workplace.
This article addresses the most frequently raised questions regarding age discrimination and its potential effect on your employment.
This article explains when a redundancy situation is valid, how you could be selected for redundancy, when you can receive a payment, and when you should be offered an alternate role.
This article discusses four of the key questions you should ask yourself before bringing a claim to the Employment Tribunal. Its goal is to help you decide if bringing a claim is right for you.