Employment Rights Act In Manchester

 In Employment - Case Study

Employment Rights Act – ML Expert Solicitors Team; Has an employee or former employee brought a claim against you for failing to comply with the Employment Rights Act at your organisation in Manchester? Then you should consult with the highly qualified and experienced legal professionals at Oakwood Solicitors over a no obligation call to discover how our dedicated team could advice assistance and represent you in negotiations in alternative dispute resolution or during litigation proceedings at an employment tribunal working to ensure the best interests of your company are protected and that any matter is resolved as quickly and cost effectively as possible.

Sky Tyne and Wear News published an article on Friday March 29 2013 reporting that "A mother-of-two from Newcastle is one almost œ10000 in damages from cosmetics company Avon after she was unfairly dismissed from her position".

It is reported that Shauna Connelly was told by her line manager: "If you wish to have a family life that this is not the job for you".The article goes on to say that "Shauna has branded the firm ‘hypocritical’ and says its treatment of flies in the face of its slogan: "Avon ? the company for women"."

If further explains that "An employment tribunal found that she was unfairly dismissed from Avon and that the firm covered up evidence of ‘bullying’ when investigating her grievance. The tribunal held at Newcastle also heard that Shauna’s line manager Joan Armstrong had made derogatory comments towards her."

Are you seeking advice and assistance from experienced legal professionals who specialise in employment and commercial law to ensure that all of your company policy documentation and procedures apply with legislation and the Employment Rights Act at your organisation in Manchester? Then you should make a no obligation call to discuss the services that are on offer from the experts at Oakwood Solicitors to find out how our dedicated team could work on your behalf to minimise the potential of disputes arising within your workplace and assist in an efficient management of those that do before they lead to costly and time-consuming tribunal action being taken.

It is essential that employers are at fairly and comply with all current employment legislation when considering the dismissal of an employee. In order to avoid any risk of tribunal proceedings being brought against the company an employer should:

? Have a good reason that they can justify for the dismissal of an employee
? Always follow company policies and procedures with regards to disciplinary action and dismissal
? Fully investigate any allegations made against an employee for taking decisive action
? Act consistently and not discipline or dismiss one employee something another is allowed to do
? Provide adequate warning an employee’s work is unsatisfactory giving them the opportunity to improve with further training if necessary
? Ensure that the reason for dismissal is not one that falls under a reasonable to be automatically classed as unfair for example enforcing a statutory right or discrimination.

For any matters relating to breaches in the Employment Rights Act at your organisation in Manchester consult the experts at Oakwood Solicitors for advice and representation on: 0113 200 9720.


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