In my last blog post, I shared my experience about a protected conversation that took place between myself and the general manager on 10th June 2020.
In this article , I want to delve into the concept of without prejudice, which for me came in the form of an E Mail that followed the call from the general manager.
Welcome back to part 2 of my employment tribunal journey.
In my last instalment I covered the PCP which I believed should have been the first red flag in my sham redundancy. As per the PCP, by mid March 2020 all of the part time workers were now at home and all full time workers had been given the opportunity to work at home or come into the office.
in this article we move onto what happened next.
Welcome to my first blog dedicated to my employment tribunal journey.
For those of you who are new to my website, my name is Lisa and I successfully represented myself as a litigant in person through the Employment Tribunal process against my former employer in 2022.
One of the main motivations behind starting my own website was to be able to share my experience first hand to try and help those currently navigating the treacherous path of an Employment Tribunal.
One of the main issues that I came across at the beginning and throughout my employment tribunal journey was a lack of information.
I don’t just mean regarding the process, but what the true costs really were for the claimant.
Rather than pulling people out of the river upstream, let’s try to stop them from falling in the first place.