Saturday June 6, 2020

What to do when your employer is seeking to replace you

6th October, 2019
Patrick Walshe is partner and employment law expert at Philip Lee

Like death and taxes, it’s a fact of life that people - including employers and employees – don’t always get along.

Very often there is blame on both sides, but from time to time employees will find themselves in a position where, despite their best efforts, their employer does not like them and would like to part company.

In fact, sometimes employees discover that their employer is actively seeking a replacement.

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