Employment Tribunal Unfair Dismissal In Manchester
Employment Tribunal Unfair Dismissal – ML Expert Solicitors Team; Are you an employer who has had a former employee bring an employment tribunal claim for unfair dismissal against your organisation in Manchester? Then you should make a no obligation call to implement and commercial law specialists at Oakwood Solicitors to discover how our dedicated team could work on your behalf to ensure that the best possible outcome is reached for your company in a dispute that involves unfair dismissal.
The Daily Mail published an article on 21 November 2012 written by Anna Edwards reporting that "An 81-year-old checkout worker is doing DIY giant B&Q for unfair dismissal claiming she was sacked for being too old".
The article says "Dedicated Irene Mullenger had worked at B&Q for almost 25 years and had planned to continue in the role that she loved saying that she is not ready to sit at home and ‘vegetate’. But the widow was left devastated after bosses at the company which made œ161 million profit last year in the forced her to leave after unfairly changing her shift pattern she claims."
It goes on to explain that "She is now claiming unfair dismissal and age-related discrimination ? making her one of the oldest employees in Britain ever to do so. Mrs Mullenger claims bosses at the store in Bletchley Buckinghamshire changed her shift patterns hours a day she would not be able to work. She was originally contracted to work 12 hours a week of the past 10 years and worked more except on Wednesdays Thursdays on Friday. But she claimed she was asked to work every other weekend the former early and late shifts and be available for work five days out of seven on a four-week rotor basis."
Has employment tribunal action been taken by a former employee claiming unfair dismissal from your organisation in Manchester? Then you should consult with the experts at Oakwood Solicitors over a no obligation call to discover how our highly skilled team could assist you in negotiations and alternative dispute resolution methods to reach a solution as quickly and cost effectively as possible as well is provide you with outstanding legal representation should litigation become unavoidable.
The above-mentioned article reports that "Mrs Mullenger claims this was indirect age discrimination because she is being asked to work hours most people her age would not usually be able to work. She is also exempt from working Sundays as a ‘protected shop worker’ but the new shifts put to her stated she would have to work and minimum of every other weekend. Because she has been employed by the same employer continuously since before 26 August 1994 she is a protected shop worker ? which means she cannot doubt of working Sundays. She alleges she was told that if she did not agree to the terms of her working shifts she would be sacked."
The highly qualified and experienced professionals at Oakwood Solicitors could offer advice and assistance in various methods of alternative employment dispute resolution to strive to resolve any issues with employees or former employees as quickly and cost effectively as possible before they reach an employment tribunal hearing but can also provide robust legal defence to ensure the best interests of your company are protected if a former employee brings a claim for unfair dismissal or discrimination against your organisation in Manchester; so call our helpful advisers today to discuss our services further on: 0113 200 9720.
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