Employment Tribunal Claims
Every employment relationship carries some degree of risk which could ultimately lead to a breakdown in the employment relationship. Neither party necessarily sets out to deliberately undermine the relationship but, unfortunately, it can and does happen. Our role is to protect you, as far as possible from that risk, but where employment tribunal claims are inevitable, we will ensure that you are in the best possible position to be able to robustly defend any such claim.
Liaising with LRA during Early Conciliation
Initially, we can liaise with the Labour Relations Agency at the Early Conciliation stage to try to find a mutually agreeable resolution prior to any Employment Tribunal Claim.
Preparing ET3 Response
Where proceedings have been issued, we provide practical support by acting as a conduit between you and your legal representatives and help with drafting your ET3 response.
Compiling Discovery Documentation
We also gather and prepare all discovery material, draft responses on your behalf to the Notice for Further and Better Particulars and, finally, we assist you in preparing your witness statements.
Check out our latest blog post on Changes to Right to Work Checks.
Employing anyone who does not have the legal right to work in the UK is illegal. With fines up to £20,000 per illegal worker, you cannot afford to be complacent. Whilst you are not expected to be a border patrol agent, a private investigator, or an immigration specialist, as an employer, you are expected to carry out a reasonable level of due diligence checks.
In this article we are going to examine the current procedures for verifying a potential employees right to work and how this may change in a Post Brexit world!