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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