Defend yourself, raise a grievance, agree a settlement or file your claim in the tribunal.
Use the ACAS discrimination questions procedure, raise a grievance or file a tribunal claim.
The right to freedom of association and to join or not join a trade union...
The law on Unfair Dismissal under the Employment Rights Act 1996 and your options if you don’t have the 2 years service needed to make a claim.
What the Employment Tribunal looks for in deciding whether a dismissal is fair or unfair. Principles that you can apply to the facts of your case.
The legal principlies in a capability, conduct, statutory restriction or bar, redundancy, or some other substantial reason dismissal.
Whistleblowing is when you make a disclosure of information that is in the public interest. You can report certain practices to your employer directly ot to an approved body. Find out about the laws in place to protect you from retaliation by your employer.
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