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Seeking Help From Employment Lawyers in Making Redundancy Claims

Tue, 16 Nov 2010 11:06:28 -0600

Getting dismissed from your job can possibly be one of the hardest things you can face as an employee and if you are in that situation right now, chances are you are one of the many employees who are facing redundancy employment. While your rights as an employee are protected under UK employment law, it is still important to seek professional advice of employment lawyers to make sure that you are getting the most out of your redundancy claims. Redundancy happens when an employer needs to reduce the number of employees in such cases as when...



Solicitor Employment Law: What Is a No Win No Fee Agreement?

Fri, 05 Nov 2010 13:37:39 -0500

Probably the main deterrent why employees who feel they have been treated unfairly in their workplace is because of the fear of the high costs of hiring employment solicitors. Whether it is through discrimination, unfair dismissal, redundancy issues, harassment, personal injury or other work-related issues, employees seeking justice simply feel they cannot afford to get the expert advice needed for them to bring their case properly to a tribunal. Fortunately, because of the many developments brought about by the various employment cases and claims through the years, employment law has come up with ways to help employees...



Choosing the Right Solicitors in Employment Law for Your Case

Tue, 02 Nov 2010 10:41:49 -0500

Employment law is a very complex and specialised aspect of law that covers almost all aspects of the employee-employer relationship and with updates happening almost every month, it's almost impossible for the average worker to know where he or she stands in cases of employment dismissal. This is where employment law solicitors come in. However with all the employment law firms and solicitors around, how can you know which ones to choose?



Why Small Businesses Need Lawyers for Employment Contracts

Tue, 02 Nov 2010 10:19:06 -0500

Contrary to popular belief that only employees are suffering in the rampant redundancy problem in the UK, small businesses are also getting their share of the burden. While workers are losing their jobs, the other half of the story is the fact that small companies are shutting down too. Because much of the attention is on the individual employees, little is known about how small enterprises are biting the dust even more than we could have guessed.



Employment Law Solicitors: How to Choose the Right One for You

Fri, 29 Oct 2010 17:16:48 -0500

You've just been informed that you are being dismissed because your job has been made redundant. While this may probably be the worst thing that has happened to you as an employee, it isn't the end of the world. Under the employment law you are entitled to certain claims from your former employer as a result of your redundancy.



Are You In Need Of An Employment Law Solicitor?

Fri, 29 Oct 2010 15:49:21 -0500

So you need Redundancy Advice and want to know whether you'll be needing an employment solicitor. Here's my review on this Solicitor Referral company called Contact Law and you can find more information here.



Redundancy Employment: Key Points From Employment Lawyers

Thu, 28 Oct 2010 16:12:25 -0500

Redundancy in employment happens when a company terminates an employee due to a need to reduce the workforce brought about by the closure of a business or workplace; a relocation of the employer's business; a transfer of business to another employer; or an end or decreased need for a particular type of work or job which may be brought about by the introduction of a new technology or new system to the company. Employees who have been made redundant have rights to redundancy payment as stated under the UK employment law. However, only those employees who have been...



Emotional Advice To Survive Redundancy

Thu, 28 Oct 2010 16:02:41 -0500

The British papers are saying one thing: that it's going to be an austere decade for the UK. It is expected that more jobs will be cut this year. And despite the plethora of insurance plans enough to cover personal loans, medical emergencies, and income protection, one can never be fully spared from the emotional trauma of being laid off.



Understanding the Role of Employment Solicitors in Employment Claims

Thu, 28 Oct 2010 15:42:46 -0500

Employment solicitors serve an important role in handling employment related issues either by helping to resolve employer-employee conflicts or by helping in the formulation of recruitment policies. Because employment law is a specialized area of the law that covers almost all aspects of the employee-employer relationship, it is important to seek employment advice from experts who can specifically address your needs either as an employee or as an employer. Before seeking the advice of employment solicitors though, it is important to have at least a basic knowledge of employment law to be able to establish whether a...



Manage Your Mortgage With Payment Protection Insurance

Thu, 28 Oct 2010 15:40:27 -0500

As we build our nest, grow our families, make plans for pleasure, we normally make material purchases out of need, and sometimes out of want, to craft a certain lifestyle that will complete the entire picture. If you're a regular employee from a reputable company, chances are that you've already utilized your good credit score to acquire the so-called lifestyle essentials: house, car, family vacations, and so on and so forth. After all, that's what a steady paycheck gives - an assurance that you can pay for such expenses that come in like clockwork month after month.