Only employees who have been dismissed can bring a claim for unfair dismissal. In most cases, they need to have at least 2 years continuous length of service.
An employer may decide to dismiss an employee for various reasons. Some of the common reasons are capability, conduct and redundancy.
However, in order to dismiss fairly, an employer must ensure that there was a fair reason to dismiss and also follow a fair procedure.
If you feel that you have been dismissed unfairly or your employer may dismiss you, you can speak to one of our employment Law experts for advice and guidance on +44 (0)20 7959 2358
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