'I have been unfairly dismissed'. Unfair dismissal advice for employees.
If you feel your employer terminated your employment unfairly, either because of the reasons for dismissal, or because the process they used was unfair, you may have been unfairly dismissed and entitled to compensation at an Employment Tribunal.
What is unfair dismissal?
Your employer does not have a fair reason for dismissing you
Your employer didn’t follow a fair process when dismissing you
You were dismissed for an automatically unfair reason
The five fair reasons for dismissal
Capability or qualifications
Your conduct at work
Redundancy (providing fair reasons for selection)
A statutory requirement (holding a driving licence)
Some other substantial reason
Has your employer followed a fair process before dismissing you?
The ACAS Code of Practice recommends steps that an employer should take prior to dismissing an employee. There may also be a company disciplinary procedure that your employer should follow.
Automatic unfair dismissal
Some reasons for dismissal are automatically unfair. If your employer dismisses you for exercising one of your statutory employment rights you will have been automatically unfairly dismissed.
Examples of Automatically Unfair Dismissal
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