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What evidence do I need for an unfair dismissal claim?

If you have been employed for 1 year or more (2 years or more if you started on or after 6 April 2012), you have the right to bring a claim of unfair dismissal. There are however several exceptions to the requirement to have completed one (or 2) year's service including unfair dismissal due to pregnancy, equal pay issues, health and safety reasons, union membership and activities, raising a whistleblowing complaint or for enforcing a statutory right.

Constructive Dismissal

Constructive dismissal includes any circumstance which forces you to resign from your job because of your employer’s behaviour. At UDD, we appreciate that this can be a difficult situation, and we can offer a free assessment of your case if you think you have a claim.

Employment Lawyers

At UDD, we understand that having a good employment lawyer is essential. Whether you need to address discrimination, dismissal, or basic rights issues, finding a lawyer you can rely on is paramount. So, how can you make sure you’re getting the best legal advice when it comes to employment law?

Employment Law

Employment law is important to employers and employees alike. It sets out your basic rights as well as making sure your employer delivers all the benefits to which you’re entitled. This ensures that everyone is treated fairly and respectfully throughout the working environment, wherever you’re employed. It’s important you know your employment rights to make sure your employer isn’t taking unfair advantage.