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This weeks’ episode of the podcast is an introduction to the law regarding unfair dismissal. This is the first of 6 episodes that will focus on all of the key aspects of unfair dismissal, including everything you need to know to really get to grips with dismissals and what constitutes a fair dismissal.
Whenever you are considering dismissing an employee regardless of their length of service you should ensure that as a minimum you communicate the reason for termination to the employee. Employees have rights for automatic unfair dismissal in certain circumstances regardless of their service length and communicating the reason to them is likely to minimise the risk of drawing the wrong inference as to why.
Introduction to Constructive Unfair Dismissal: Episode 18
Focus on Constructive Unfair Dismissal: Episode 21
Employment Rights Act 1996
22nd October 2015 at the Point, Eastleigh.
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The guidance should not be relied upon in any decision making process. It is strongly recommended that you seek advice before taking action.