Unfair Dismissal

As with redundancy, having to dismiss an employee can be difficult but is often an essential part of managing your business effectively.  It is important for employers to understand that regardless of the nature and reasons for the dismissal, a proper and fair process should still be followed so as to put the employer in the best possible position of being able to successfully defend any Tribunal claim brought in relation to the dismissal.

Whilst we are able to guide you through the dismissal process, it is unfortunate that even if the employer does everything right, there is nothing to stop the disgruntled employee bringing a claim in the Employment Tribunal and if this occurs, we will be on hand to assist in defending any such claim.

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