Practice Area Specialist:
Steven joined Stillwells in 2015 as a partner, bringing with him 18 years’ experience in the areas of civil and commercial litigation, dispute resolution and a niche specialism in housing and asset management work. Steven’s extensive experience has seen him litigate in County Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and various tribunals such as the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) - acting for clients in a number of significant high profile cases.
Stillwells’ advises on a wide range of employment issues ranging from employment contracts through to dismissal and everything in between.
Our highly experienced solicitors are able to support and provide advice to lawyers across the whole breadth of employment law including TUPE, staff policies, disciplinary procedures and advising on claims relating to discrimination and whistleblowing.
By choosing Stillwells, you benefit from a high quality service dealing directly with our senior solicitors who will keep you updated throughout your case.
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Frequently Asked Questions – TUPE
What is a TUPE Transfer?
What happens to my terms and conditions?
Can I be dismissed because of the Transfer?
Can I be made redundant because of the Transfer?
What happens if I don’t want to Transfer to the new Employer?
What happens to my personal file?
Frequently Asked Questions – Managing Dismissals
Can you dismiss an employee fairly for absence relating to an injury or illness which occurred at work or because of work?
How do you ensure that a dismissal for poor performance is less likely to be unfair and give rise to a claim for unfair dismissal?
- A proper investigation into the performance problem has been undertaken.
- The employee has been made aware of the performance issue and given reasonable opportunity to improve.
- You have fully considered what support and training if any the employee may need.
- The employee’s progress is reviewed.
- Any decision to dismiss the employee affords a right of appeal.