Case Study: Suspended from work
Central Uk Employment Tribunal Have you been actively seeking advice about a central UK employment tribunal and would like to speak to an expert in this area regarding a situation that you have been involved in at work? Are you considering compensation as you have become aware that your dismissal was inappropriate and unfair? Do you have some questions that you would like to ask a specialist in this field so that you can make a more educated decision about what you would like to do next? Contact Oakwood Solicitors so that you can begin to establish the facts about how you can move forward with your case.
If an employer dismisses an employee on a basis that is not valid it can cause huge disappointment and confusion as to why they would do this. If an employee considers the actions of the employer to be lacking in validity as to why they were dismissed there can be cases in which compensation could be an option for the employee.
If an employee believes that they were dismissed on an unfair basis and upon asking the employer they are unable to provide any evidence as to why they were dismissed it could be the groundings for a case for compensation. Similarly if your employer acted unreasonably when dismissing you and did not correctly followed the procedures that are outlined to make sure that dismissal is a fair and just there could be scope for compensation.
Have you have been trying to find out more information about a Central UK employment tribunal? If you require this kind of advice you can contact Oakwood Solicitors to discuss the details about your situation and to ask any questions that you may have surrounding what has happened to you.
We were contacted by a client called Mrs B from Enfield who had decided that following the situation that had arisen at work she wanted to consider the options of compensation. The enquiry that she approached our team with was that of an unfair suspension complaint.
Oakwood Solicitors are experienced in being able to advise individuals that have found themselves in situations where their employer or other employees are not treating them fairly and their lives have become difficult. There are options available to people that are being mistreated at work and you will not be alone if you decide to choose compensation is a route for you. There are laws and rules in place to protect people that are being mistreated and when these rules are broken there are consequences that can be put into place to attempt to rectify the damage that has been done.
If you would like to speak to an expert about a Central UK employment tribunal you can contact our team by calling 0844 844 9866.