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Dismissed from work with less than 2-years of service
You may have heard about the “2-year rule,” but do not fully understand what it means. Find out more.
Settlement Agreements - Typical Payments
When receiving a settlement agreement, you might be angry and upset, which may then be replaced with confusion. This can be a difficult time as losing your job is never easy.
The Grievance Outcome And Appeal
After attending a grievance hearing, you are likely to receive a written grievance outcome. The timing and content of the grievance outcome can have significant implications on your employment.
The Grievance Hearing
After raising a grievance, there is likely to be a grievance hearing, which may also be referred to as a grievance meeting. This is a formal meeting to discuss your grievance with your employer and may form the basis of your employer’s decision.
How to Write a Grievance
Raising a formal grievance at work usually means you are in a difficult situation. Before you write the grievance, you should have first tried to resolve the issues informally.
Grievances - An Introduction
Having issues at work is stressful and raising a grievance can be a major and daunting step.
How To Negotiate a Settlement Agreement
Receiving a settlement agreement from your employer can be stressful and usually means you may soon be unemployed.
The Duty to Mitigate Your Losses
It is a key principle that any Claimant will be expected to mitigate any losses suffered. Find out how this can be done.
Attending Formal Meetings at Work
Being invited to a formal meeting at work can be daunting. We give advice on how to approach this situation and avoid common mistakes.