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Your dismissal could be found to be unfair if your employer doesn’t have a good reason for dismissing you, or has failed to follow the company’s formal disciplinary or dismissal process.
Your boss may try to force you to retire – known as ‘compulsory retirement’. In general, this is not allowed unless your employer can objectively justify it and even then the decision can be challenged at an employment tribunal.
You may find that you’re forced to leave your job against your will because of your employer’s conduct. This is known as constructive dismissal and could include:
If you do have a case for constructive dismissal, it is important that you seek legal advice straight away, because by staying silent your employer may try to argue that you accepted the conduct or treatment.
At Mander Hadley our team of helpful and knowledgeable employment lawyers can help you challenge unfair and illegal working practices and behaviour.
Contact us now to find out how we can help you with advice on your employment rights. You are in safe hands at Mander Hadley.