You may have had a situation at work that could lead to a claim for:
Discrimination, bullying and harrassment
If you have been subject to workplace discrimination, harassment, or bullying then you may have a claim against your employer depending on the situation. If so, strict time limits apply to pursue such a claim, and you should contact Mark immediately to discuss your situation and potential legal options. Remember your initial appointment is free.
If you have been dismissed from your employment in a situation which you believe was unfair, unjust or unlawful then you might be entitled to a claim against your employer. Again, very strict time limits apply to such claims so don't delay in obtaining legal advice.
You may have been offered a voluntary redundancy or been made redundant from your employment, and again may have additional legal entitlements as a result of your employer's actions. Factors such as your:-
> period of employment prior to redundancy,
> remuneration level from your employment,
> employment contract, and
> the circumstances of the redundancy,
are relevant to whether you may have the right to an additional amount to that offered/provided to you by your employer, and if you are in any doubt about this you should obtain legal advice.
For any questions about Employment Law contact Mark on (02) 42252677 or get in touch