Dismissal

No matter what the situation or circumstances, your dismissal should be fair.  This means that your employer should follow a proper process prior to dismissal, no matter what the reason for it.  In most cases, you should be dismissed on notice (save for when you are dismissed for gross misconduct).  You should also be given the right to appeal.

There are strict time limits by which you must lodge your Employment Tribunal claim and you are therefore advised to contact us as soon as possible after dismissal.

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