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  • unfair dismissal — A statutory claim under the Employment Rights Act 1996. An employee who has been dismissed can make a claim to an Industrial Tribunal that he has been unfairly dismissed. If the employer is unable to show that the dismissal was fair, based on a… …   Law dictionary

  • Unfair dismissal — is the term used in English, Welsh and Scottish Law to describe an employer s action when terminating an employee s employment contrary to the requirements of the Employment Rights Act 1996. The concept of Unfair Dismissal therefore has a… …   Wikipedia

  • unfair dismissal — ➔ dismissal * * * unfair dismissal UK US noun [C or U] (also wrongful dismissal) ► HR, WORKPLACE a situation in which an employer orders someone to leave their job, when there is not a good reason to do so: »She decided to launch proceedings for… …   Financial and business terms

  • unfair dismissal — N UNCOUNT If an employee claims unfair dismissal, they begin a legal action against their employer in which they claim that they were dismissed from their job unfairly. [BUSINESS] His former chauffeur is claiming unfair dismissal on the grounds… …   English dictionary

  • unfair dismissal — The dismissal of an employee that the employer cannot show to be fair. Under the Employment Protection (Consolidation) Act (1978) employees have the right not to be unfairly dismissed, provided they have served the required period of continuous… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • unfair dismissal — /ʌnˌfɛə dɪsˈmɪsəl/ (say un.fair dis misuhl) noun the dismissal of an employee, as by sacking, making redundant, or forcing them to resign, in violation of their contract or agreement, and in a manner which is harsh and unreasonable. Compare… …   Australian English dictionary

  • unfair dismissal claim — UK US noun [C] (also wrongful dismissal claim) ► HR, LAW a situation in which someone who has been unfairly told to leave their job starts legal action against their former employer in order to get money from them: »Her unfair dismissal claim… …   Financial and business terms

  • automatically unfair dismissal — Certain dismissals are automatically unfair dismissals, for example where the statutory dismissal and disciplinary procedure is not followed or where the dismissal is for a reason related to a TUPE transfer (where there is no ETO reason), the… …   Law dictionary

  • dismissal — dis‧miss‧al [dɪsˈmɪsl] noun [countable, uncountable] HUMAN RESOURCES when someone is removed from their job by their employer: • The 11 employees would face disciplinary action, ranging from reprimand to suspension or dismissal. • There will not …   Financial and business terms

  • dismissal — dis·mis·sal n 1: removal from a position or service 2 a: the termination of an action or claim usu. before the presentation of evidence by the defendant in·vol·un·tary dismissal 1: the dismissal of an action by the court because of the plaintiff… …   Law dictionary

  • dismissal and disciplinary procedure — (DDP) A procedure that must be followed when an employer contemplates dismissing or disciplining an employee. The statutory dispute resolution procedures in Schedule 2 to the Employment Act 2002 contain two DDPs: the standard DDP and the modified …   Law dictionary

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