- Disciplinary and grievance issues
- Managing poor performance and sickness absence
- Unfair dismissal/constructive dismissal
- Redundancies, restructuring and TUPE
- Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal claims
- Settlement agreements and protected conversations
- GDPR in the employment and HR context
- Right to work checks and penalties
- Sponsorship licences
- Compliance visits
- Visas for employees (e.g. Tier 2 visas and the Points Based System)
- Advice if you want to run a business in the UK under a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa and/or invest funds in a UK business
- Working or studying under the Points Based System (e.g. Tier 2, Tier 4 (students) or Tier 5 (temporary workers))
- Settlement/indefinite leave to remain
- Joining family in the UK
- British citizenship
- Permanent residence applications for EU nationals
Tabytha qualified as a solicitor in 2007 and is an Associate in the employment team, advising both employees and employers on all aspects of employment law.
She has particular experience in advising employers on the challenging HR issues they face day to day, from avoiding discrimination in the recruitment process to family friendly rights and disciplinary and grievance procedures. Tabytha works together with clients to find practical solutions which meet their commercial needs whilst managing the legal risks they face.
As well as advising on day to day issues, Tabytha helps organisations manage strategic changes such as business reorganisations and redundancies, ensuring clients understand the legal requirements and risks and have appropriate contractual protection in place.
Tabytha also has extensive experience in bringing and defending claims in the Employment Tribunal and supporting clients through the Employment Tribunal process.
Tabytha provides in house training to HR teams and managers as well as presenting at seminars (ranging from small group case studies to large seminars with over 150 attendees). She is also a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association.
- Deliveroo defeats claim that riders are workers by issuing new contracts
- Rights of EU citizens living in the UK