Do you have to declare your disability to your employer? Robert Rocker, RSR Law Ltd‘s Legal Director explains in this short video courtesy of Castle Associates.
Defend a Will: New Service
RSR Law’s expert contentious probate team now Defends Wills from a Contest.
RSR Law can help you to Defend a Will contest. We can help with mediation and / or defending a will in court. We are leaders in contentious probate and have the expertise to Defend your Will.
- Inheritance Act Claims – i.e. the claimant is suggesting they have not been adequately provided for by will
- Applications to remove an executor – where an unfounded application has been made
- Claims to rectify a Will – correcting a defect in a will where clerical errors / misunderstadings by the will makers has been made
- Proprietary Estoppel – claimant believes a promise of part of the esate has been broken
- Claim against Validity including Capacity, Fraud and Coercion
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Robert Rocker of RSRLaw explains how to defend a wrongful dismissal. Find out more on our website or contact us directly on 0203 633 4408.
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Robert Rocker of RSR Law Solicitors answers your Questions on Disability Discrimination at Work. Courtesy of Castle Associates.
Do you have to declare your disability to your employer? Ask the Expert – Robert Rocker (RSR Law Solicitors). With thanks to Castle Associates.
What is a Disability? Watch our Expert Robert Rocker explain is this short video. With thanks to Castle Associates.
With thanks to Castle Associates.
BBC.co.uk Oct 2017
Hayley Smith was encouraged by her manager to apply for other jobs when she told her employer about her depression.
300,000 people with mental health leave their jobs each year a report says. This “Thriving at Work Report”, commissioned by Theresa May, makes 40 recommendations for how to support employees with mental health issues, including:
- Creating a mental health at work plan
- Building awareness by making information and support accessible
- Provide good working conditions
- Ensuring employees have a healthy work-life balance
- Promoting effective people management and promoting conversation
- Routinely monitoring of employee mental health
Mrs May said: “It is only by making this an everyday concern for everyone that we change the way we see mental illness, so that striving to improve your mental health – whether at work or at home – is seen as just as positive as improving our physical well-being.”
RSR Law Solicitors, London are discrimination at work experts and can help with Free Advice if you feel you have been discriminated against at work. Discrimination at Work due to Mental Illness is unacceptable and laws are there to protect you.