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We are dealing with a host of cases currently for clients where they’ve dismissed an employee with less than 2 years service yet have still found themselves with a Tribunal claim
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26 April 2019
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We are dealing with a host of cases currently for clients where they’ve dismissed an employee with less than 2 years service yet have still found themselves with a Tribunal claim. So, be mindful of the possible claims beyond unfair dismissal:
We recommend that where possible you consider following a full and fair process even if your employee has less than 2 years service.