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Unfair dismissal is described in Chapter 1 of the Employment Rights Act 1996. If you are dismissed, in a way that is contrary to the Employment Rights Act 1996, you may be able to make a claim in the Employment Tribunal. If you are successful, the Employment Tribunal will award you compensation. There are a number of qualifying conditions and exceptions, but mainly you have to be an Employee with two years continuous employment (with exceptions).
You would have responsibility for proving that you meet the relevant qualifying conditions. Use the Flow Chart below to determine whether you satisfy the preliminary conditions and don’t forget the 3-month time limit in the Employment Tribunal. Download the flowchart so that you have access to the links in the Resources column.
Click here to download the flowchart and access links UNFAIR DISMISSAL FLOWCHART
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