Unfair dismissal is a distressing ordeal that can turn your life upside down. Losing your job can be shocking, stressful and incredibly upsetting; but what if you don’t understand why you were sacked?
Furthermore, what if you feel you were terminated unjustly, or you haven’t been given the opportunity to be heard?
Or perhaps you are the employer who felt you had no choice?
In any event, SW19 Lawyers understand the complexities of disciplinary actions and performance related terminations.
We can give you the expert advice you need to ensure you get to the best possible conclusion.
So, what exactly is considered an unfair dismissal?
Unfair dismissal is the act of being terminated from your job in an unreasonable or unjust manner.
Simply put, if you have been sacked from your job and not told why the reasons seemed unfair, or the act in which you were terminated did not reflect the contractual procedure,
You Have Been Unfairly Dismissed.
If this rings true to your situation, we can help!
- Claims Procedures
- Case-By-Case Examination and Forward Steps
- Contractual Discrepancies
- Expert Employment Law Knowledge
In the event you are in this position, whichever side of the fence you reside, luckily you are protected by the UK law.
Undoubtedly, being terminated form your job without good reason, is act of an Unfair dismissal. However, whilst this can all seem daunting and very emotional, it needs to be investigated.
it is important that action is taken to get an outcome that is right for you.
The truth is, unfair dismissals can be incredibly complex and often need to be assessed on a case by case basis.
Regardless of your situation, we at SW19 Lawyers can play an integral part in helping you get the closure and compensation you are entitled to during this stressful and upsetting time.
How can we help?
As specialists in Employment Law, we understand how difficult this time can be for you, whether your position is as the employer or employee. We have an expert team who can assess the claims and give up-to-date and correct advice to ensure there are no follow up consequences.
If you are part of the HR or management team, this can be time-consuming and in some cases out of your depth.
In conclusion, we are available to take an objective look at the case and give it the time it needs.
Whether you are the individual in question or the employer, we will guide you through the correct procedure,
Providing you with the tools and knowledge to effectively make the right decisions ensuring all parties can move on.