Wrongful dismissal is essentially a claim for breach of contract. This situation arises when your employer breaches a term of your employment contract, which results in dismissal or forces you to leave. This page explains wrongful dismissal and the types of loss that you can claim in the employment tribunal.
Wrongful dismissal (1 month)
It is a wrongful dismissal when your employer breaches a term in your employment contract, which results in dismissal or forces you to leave. It is not the same as unfair dismissal. You do not need two years service to claim for wrongful dismissal. It is a potential claim for a dismissal during probation.
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