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Is there a free legal advice forum on the Internet?
I once stumbled across an internet 'free legal advice' forum which basically was a forum where you could ask a solicitor for advice on any point of law, etc. Unfortunately I can not remember what the site was called, can any one give me a web address for a site of this nature.
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Can I sue for unfair dismissal UK?
Qualifying period to claim unfair dismissal You must have worked for your employer for a minimum period before you qualify for the right to claim unfair dismissal at a tribunal. If you're classed as an employee and started your job: on or after 6 April 2012 - the qualifying period is normally 2 years.Dismissal: your rights: What to do if you're dismissed - GOV.UKwww.gov.uk › dismissal › what-to-do-if-youre-dismissed
Do I have the right to an explanation for my dismissal?
You can ask for an explanation for your dismissal even if you don't have the right to one - your employer doesn't have to say yes. They should give you enough information to help you understand your written explanation. They don’t have to include all the details or all their evidence.
How much compensation will I get for unfair dismissal UK?
5 weeks' pay for each complete year of service after reaching the age of 41; 1 week's pay for each complete year of service between the ages of 22 and 40; 0.5 week's pay for each complete year of service under the age of 22.How much compensation will I receive for unfair dismissal?www.ellisjones.co.uk › news › how-much-compensation-will-i-receive-for-...
What to do if you think you’ve been unfairly dismissed?
Contact your nearest Citizens Advice for help straight away if you think you’ve been unfairly dismissed for gross misconduct. You might be able to claim for breach of contract (called ‘wrongful dismissal’), which is different to claiming unfair dismissal.
How do I prove unfair dismissal UK?
Situations when your dismissal is likely to be unfair include if you:1asked for flexible working.2refused to give up your working time rights - for example, to take rest breaks.3resigned and gave the correct notice period.4joined a trade union.5took part in legal industrial action that lasted 12 weeks or less.Dismissal: your rights: Unfair and constructive dismissal - GOV.UK www.gov.uk › dismissal › unfair-and-constructive-dismissalMore items...
When is a dismissal classed as automatically unfair?
The dismissal might be classed as 'automatically unfair' if this was the main reason the employee was dismissed. Taking action over a health and safety issue can include: refusing to work in situations where the employee believes they or other people are in serious danger
What happens if an employee resigns due to unfair dismissal?
The procedure the employer follows will be taken into account if the employee claims for unfair dismissal and the case reaches an employment tribunal. If an employee feels they have no choice but to resign because of something very serious their employer has done, they might be able to claim for 'constructive dismissal'.legal advice unfair dismissal victoria
What constitutes serious misconduct?
Serious misconduct is behaviour in the workplace that is contrary to the continuation of ongoing employment, or that is a threat to a person or the business, often an illegal or dangerous activity.Gross Misconduct Regulation | Employee Termination - Employsureemploysure.com.au › guides › employee-performance-management › gros...