• March 2011

    Employers can only dismiss employees fairly for a fair reason and following a fair process. The Employment Rights Act 1996 sets out the 5 potentially fair reasons which are: capability; conduct; redundancy; contravention of a statutory duty or some other substantial reason. Employers must also follow a fair dismissal process which complies with the ACAS[…]

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    Redundancy has a specific technical meaning and is often misunderstood by employers and employees alike. Redundancy is defined as where the employer has ceased to carry on business for the purposes of which the employee was employed or to carry on business in the place where the employee was employed or where the requirements of[…]

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