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17/01/2018

Can an employer dismiss somebody when they're on sick leave? This is a question that we are often asked.

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24/01/2018

Wrongful Dismissal should not be confused with Unfair Dismissal, as wrongful Dismissal is based on contract law and the employee’s contract of employment. Any claim for Wrongful Dismissal will, therefore, mean looking at the employee's employment contract to see if the employer has broken the contract.

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09/01/2018

Wrongful dismissal is when a contract of employment is unlawfully terminated by the employer and in these cases, fairness is not an issue. The only question is whether the terms of the contract, express or implied, have been breached by the employer.

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09/01/2018

Employees should make a claim for wrongful dismissal in the Employment Tribunal within 3 months from the date of termination of their employment. One of the important differences between unfair dismissal and wrongful dismissal no required length of service for wrongful dismissal as it is a breach of contract claim.

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09/01/2018

There is not a fixed amount of damages in which you can claim for wrongful dismissal. It all depends on the individuals pay and any other benefits they might have received had their employer not breached the contract. For example the use of a company car, any bonus payments the individual might have missed out on, although claims for bonuses can be difficult to prove, especially if they’re discretionary in nature.

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