help get Mr Beardmore constructive dismissal compensation after his claim; we
were delighted to be able to give advice.
Mr Beardmore had been anassistant in a farm store for a family run
company for years.
had worked happily at the shop for over 9 years without any disciplinary
proceedings against his record. The owner had a son who was to come and work in
the shop on a part-time basis, his son was supposed to open the shop in the
morning and pick up the stock before our client arrived. Mr Beardmore had been
asked to give his key to the owner’s son.
Beardmorewas unable to enter the shop without his key; he knew if he called the
owner on his son’s first day the atmosphere would be awful for the entire time
that they were meant to work together.
He eventually called the owner 45 minutes after opening time; the owner refused
to speak to our client and he issued him with a constructive dismissal
agreement to sign the following week. Mr
Beardmore came to us to find out what his legal rights were.
have been treated badly and I would liketo make aconstructive dismissalcompensation
claim with advice from lawyers. Mr Beardmore has been astonished that the
claims process has been so easy; he would recommend Lawyers to anyone who had
been treated unfairly in work.
your treatment in work was unfair; call to start your constructive dismissal
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dismissal gets Mrs Matterdace compensation, after Michael Lewin’s lawyers
fought to get her justice.
Matterdace had worked within the same company for many years. She was
experiencing bullying behaviour from her manager and she was not sure what she
had done to deserve this behavior.
was continually derided in meetings and her ideas were ignored. The final straw
was an email, which she was copied into in error, where her line manager was
discussing the possibility of ways to get rid of her, without costing the
company financially. They discussed raising her targets and potentially giving
her verbal warnings for small breaches of protocol.
Matterdace resigned the next day because she felt the bond of trust between
employee and employer had broken irretrievably.
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