Employment Law UK – Constructive Dismissals ExplainedJune 1, 2021
If you have been unfairly dismissed from your job, then it is important to know your rights under employment law, and get proper legal advice from a specialist Employment solicitor, who will help you understand your rights, and make sure that you make a successful claim for unfair dismissal.
The first step to take if you think that you have been unfairly dismissed is to get Employment Solicitors like those from Employment Law Friend who will guide you through the process of making a claim. This can be very time consuming and you may not always be confident with the advice given to you by the employment law professional. So it is vital that you seek the services of a professional, so that you do not waste time or money dealing with the Employment Tribunal.
There are two key factors that will affect whether an employee makes a successful claim for constructive dismissal, these are whether the employer had a ‘good’ or ‘bad’ reason for dismissing the employee, and whether there was a reasonable basis for doing so. If it can be proved that the employer made a decision to unfairly dismiss you then you have a strong case to claim compensation for your dismissal. In order for you to win the case, it is essential that you prove to the tribunal that there was a ‘good’ reason for the decision to dismiss you. You also need to show that there was a ‘bad’ reason for the decision to dismiss you and that you have suffered a genuine loss as a result. It may seem simple, but if you put together a strong case for your grievance, you will often have a better chance of winning your claim.