Employees are incredibly important to any organisation: the right employees help a business to thrive and develop. However, it is not uncommon that the employer/employee relationship can experience some difficulties during the course of its existence – and you may need to dismiss an employee for the long-term good of your business.
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Employee dismissal law is a very complicated area which can be difficult to understand. Employment law is designed to regulate the relationship between employers and their employees, and it reflects the realities of that relationship.
Dismissing an employee is not illegal in and of itself, however, it is the way an employer goes about dismissing an employee and their reasons for doing so that could make it so. It is therefore vital that employers follow the correct and proper process when dismissing an employee. Failure to follow a fair employment law dismissal process can lead to Employment Tribunal claims, which are costly and time consuming for the business.
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At KLG we are regularly involved in providing legal advice on dismissal to clients. Our expert team of legal advisors will work in partnership with you to ensure that the requirements of both employees and employers are observed. We will also manage every aspect of any litigation that your organisation becomes subject to, including representing your interests in any meetings or tribunal hearing that become necessary. If you have any questions regarding the law on dismissal, contact us today. Call us on 0330 221 0684 now.
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