Case Study: Unfair dismissal eligibility in UK Employment Law
Unfairly Sacked Compensation Sheffield Do you feel that you have been unfairly sacked by your employer and are now seeking compensation for the loss of earnings that you have incurred in Sheffield? If you feel that your dismissal was unfair in any way you should make a no obligation call to discuss your case with the dedicated employment law team at Michael Lewin Solicitors to find out how we could help you secure the full compensation that you justly deserve without causing you any unnecessary hassle or stress.
For a dismissal to be fair your employer must show that they have a valid reason for your dismissal that they can justify it and that they have acted reasonably in the circumstances. They must be consistent and investigate any situation fully for dismissing you for example if complaint allegations were made against you. If you are being dismissed for reasons due to poor performance the proper procedures must be followed and you must be given advance warning along with the opportunity to improve.
An employer must comply with the statutory minimum notice period or that which is stated in your contract whichever of the two is longer.
There are some situations in which you could be dismissed immediately for example if you are violent towards another member of staff or a client and this would be classed as gross misconduct.
Have you been unfairly sacked from your employment and now considering bringing a compensation claim against your employer to an employment tribunal in Sheffield? Then you should consult the dedicated employment law team at Michael Lewin Solicitors as we could offer you the expert legal advice clear step-by-step guidance and exceptional legal representation that you need to successfully secure the maximum compensation award available to you in your particular case of unfair dismissal by your employer in Sheffield.
Mr K from Preston was recently in touch with the legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors to discuss his unfair dismissal complaint and eligibility to bring a claim against your employer. The dedicated employment law team carefully considered all aspects of Mr K’s case to determine if he does indeed have a valid case of unfair dismissal and to advise him accordingly.
In order for an unfair dismissal claim to be considered by an employment tribunal you must bring the claim against your employer within three months minus one day of the date on which you were dismissed. You must also have worked for your employer for a minimum period of time which is two years if your service with them started on or after 6 April 2012 or one year if your employment started prior to this date unless your dismissal is classed as automatic due to reasons such as discrimination or whistleblowing.
To start the process of bringing a claim against your employer if you feel that you have been unfairly sacked make a call to the highly skilled and extremely understanding legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors as we could act on your behalf to maximise the compensation that you are awarded at the tribunal in Sheffield or elsewhere in the UK on: (0844) 844 9866.