Navya Shekhar

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Navya Shekhar

About Navya Shekhar

My name is Navya Shekhar. I am a Director and Head of Employment Law at Truth Legal. I have over 10 years' experience in employment law and have been working at Truth Legal since 2015.

15 Minutes Free Employment Advice – Now Available

We are pleased to announce that we are now offering free employment law advice for up to 15 minutes. This new process is designed to be the initial step before clients need to book a consultation with us. The 15 minutes free advice is available to both personal and business [...]

By | 2019-06-10T15:24:35+01:00 June 10th, 2019|Employment Disputes|

Can You Bring A Personal Injury Claim In An Employment Tribunal Claim?

In short, the answer is yes! It is possible to bring a personal injury claim in an Employment Tribunal claim. However, it is only in certain circumstances that this is the case. It is possible to claim compensation for personal injury suffered in an Employment Tribunal if the claim is [...]

By | 2019-01-17T10:33:52+01:00 January 13th, 2019|Employment Disputes|

Understanding The Basics of Employment Law: Part 7 – Recruitment

In this 7-part series of blog posts, we explore the basics of employment law to help offer advice to managers and business owners.  Here is part 7: Recruitment Recruitment When recruiting staff, it is important that legal obligations still apply even though they do not work for you. These mainly [...]

By | 2018-08-20T13:02:02+01:00 August 20th, 2018|Personal Injury|

Understanding The Basics of Employment Law: Part 6 – Contracts of Employment

In this 7-part series of blog posts, we explore the basics of employment law to help offer advice to managers and business owners.  Here is part 6: Contracts of Employment The contract of employment is the contract between an employer and employee to carry work of a particular kind for [...]

By | 2018-08-20T13:02:13+01:00 August 19th, 2018|Employment Disputes|

Understanding The Basics of Employment Law: Part 5 – Employment Status

In this 7-part series of blog posts, we explore the basics of employment law to help offer advice to managers and business owners.  Here is part 5: Employment Status This issue is very high profile at the moment. You may have seen it mentioned on the news, in the papers [...]

By | 2018-09-11T15:30:04+01:00 August 18th, 2018|Personal Injury|

Understanding The Basics of Employment Law: Part 4 – Discrimination

In this 7-part series of blog posts, we explore the basics of employment law to help offer advice to managers and business owners.  Here is part 4: Discrimination The Equality Act 2010 named 9 Protected Characteristics that it is unlawful to discriminate against. These are: age disability gender reassignment race [...]

By | 2018-08-20T13:02:39+01:00 August 17th, 2018|Employment Disputes|

Understanding The Basics of Employment Law: Part 3 – ACAS

In this 7-part series of blog posts, we explore the basics of employment law to help offer advice to managers and business owners.  Here is part 3: ACAS ACAS is the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service. It is a Crown non-departmental government body. Its history goes back to 1894 but [...]

By | 2018-08-20T13:02:47+01:00 August 16th, 2018|Employment Disputes|

Understanding The Basics of Employment Law: Part 2 – Employment Tribunals

In this 7-part series of blog posts, we explore the basics of employment law to help offer advice to managers and business owners.  Here is part 2: Employment Tribunals Employment Tribunals are courts where employment disputes are heard and settled. They were originally set up to be informal in nature [...]

By | 2018-09-11T15:41:59+01:00 August 15th, 2018|Employment Disputes|

Understanding The Basics of Employment Law: Part 1 – Dismissals

In this 7-part series of blog posts, we explore the basics of employment law to help offer advice to managers and business owners.  Here is part 1: Dismissals There are 5 reasons in law where employees can be dismissed from employment: Conduct Capability Redundancy A statutory duty or restriction prevents [...]

By | 2018-09-11T15:40:15+01:00 August 14th, 2018|Employment Disputes|