Last update: 20th December 2021
Your 8 ‘Essential Guides To’ common internal company procedures and things you need to do to prepare for an Employment Tribunal.
As an employee, you may find yourself subject to internal company procedures such as a disciplinary, or you may be in a dispute with your employer that needs to be resolved via the Employment Tribunal process.
Such circumstances can be stressful, particularly when you don’t know what to expect or how to navigate the processes involved.
As one of the UK’s leading employment lawyers, Tom has compiled these essential guides to help you navigate these issues more easily, know ‘what to do and when’, and things that you should avoid doing if you want to increase your chances of a successful outcome.
Tom has also included some helpful templates that you can view and use yourself.
The links below are set out in the order that they may arise in the the tribunal process:
- Tom’s Essential Guide To A Disciplinary
- Tom’s Essential Guide To Raising A Grievance
- Tom’s Essential Guide To The Appeal Process
- Tom’s Essential Guide To Registering With ACAS Early Conciliation
- Tom’s Essential Guide To Submitting Your ET1 Claim Form
- Tom’s Essential Guide To Creating Your Schedule of Loss
- Tom’s Essential Guide To Drafting Your Witness Statement
- Tom’s Essential Guide To Creating Your List of Documents
These ‘Essential Guides To’ have been created to help you represent yourself in internal company procedures, and also where you have decided to make a claim at Employment Tribunal without legal representation.
But, you don’t need to go it alone. Unfortunately, a solicitor cannot represent you in internal company procedures, however you may find it helpful to book a short telephone consultation with Tom for peace-of-mind before you attend.
Alternatively, where we believe you have a strong case to answer, one of our Do I Have A Case employment solicitors may be able to take on your case in line with our no win no fee policy (in the first instance, we will always assess every case on the basis that you will want a no win no fee arrangement).
We would also advise you to check if you have LEI (Legal Expense Insurance) available via a home or vehicle policy which can be used to fund your case. Our solicitors will take on privately funded work, and we can offer a range of competitively priced ‘fixed fee’ services to cover specific aspects of preparing for Employment Tribunal, such as:
- Producing a Schedule of Loss – £500 + VAT
- Completing an ET1 Claim Form – £500 to £1,000 + VAT
- Preparing FBPs (Further and Better Particulars) – £500 to £1,000 + VAT
- Producing your List of Issues and Agenda – £500 to £1,000 + VAT
(PLEASE NOTE: all fees are subject to a solicitor’s availability and case complexity)
If more convenient, you can submit your claim to us 24/7 by using our online form. We will then assess the merits of your claim and respond to your enquiry within 48 hours by phone, email or text message.