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Anyone With Any Legal Background , Regarding Employment Law

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by nath92, Aug 12, 2018.

  1. nath92

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    Hi guys anyone with the above that could spare a few minutes to give advice please

    Nath
     
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    What you done nath:facepalm:
     
  3. nath92

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    Im self employed buddy im not wanting to instigate legal proceedings against myself even though im a git with my employee:D its my wifes employment :D
     
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    Ok mate hope it gets sorted
     
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    deny everything. blame the wife.:)
     
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    Can you elaborate at all Nath?. Been on both sides of the equation many a time.
     
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    Is she in a union?
     
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    It's a complex field, if she isn't in a union then I would suggest a solicitor who deals in employment law and you may find one who offers a free initial consultation.
     
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    Hi Nath, I'll PM you my number, but remember there is a big difference between the law and your wife's contract - if she has one.

    James
     
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    Also worth finding out if your local university has a law school. They often do pro bono work.
     
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    The best advise I'd give anyone is to always make sure you have legal services added/included to your home insurance at an average cost of about £25 - £30 a year as it can give you cover and access to an employment lawyer.

    I used mine about 6 years ago and after contacting my insurance company and after going through with them what I believed was constructive dismissal I was appointed a barrister who specialised in employment law with £50k of cover to represent me against my previous employer.

    The mere threat of seeing my employer in court with this support, doubled their offer on the amount of redundancy I'd previously been offered :) ...….check it out you may pleasantly be surprised.
     
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    Neiled and Terry give good advice ... My wife is in HR in one of the biggest companies in the UK. If you want advice I can ask her. I'm also a company director and have access to our outsourced HR guys who are also very good.

    Happy to help if I can.
     
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