If you have been dismissed but do not believe that you have been treated fairly, what action can you take? What are your rights?
An unfair dismissal occurs when you are dismissed from your job and your employer did not have a valid reason to dismiss you or acted unreasonably in the circumstances. Matters that might make the dismissal fair are poor conduct or lack of capability to perform your job.
What Action Should You Take?
If you believe you have been unfairly dismissed, you must make a claim to an Employment Tribunal within three months of your dismissal. Failure to do so removes the option for you to make a claim. Therefore, seeking early legal advice is vital. Contact us now to discover your options and the amount of compensation that you might receive if you win your claim for unfair dismissal.
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