Termination of Employment Lawyers Scotland

SGT Law Firm is the go-to firm for termination of employment law in Scotland. With years of experience, we’re experts in getting you the best possible outcome. We understand what you’re going through and will guide you every step of the way.

Expert Unfair Dismissal Lawyers, Scotland

It can be quite a challenge for employers to manage claims of Unfair Dismissal. After all, there are many different explanations they could give- like the person wasn’t cut out for the job; didn’t have adequate qualifications; conducted themselves poorly; or did something against the law, just to name a few. The Tribunal will investigate any claim of dismissal by examining the employer’s procedures for such an event and evaluating the employee’s conduct during their employment.

It is important to note that Unfair Dismissal claims are subject to very strict deadlines. Where someone hopes to bring an Unfair Dismissal claim to an Employment Tribunal, they must make their claim within three months less than one day of the date of dismissal. The day of dismissal is essentially the last day an individual went to work.

We at SGT Law Firm are well recognized in Scotland, for our experience in Employment law and dealing with claims of Unfair Dismissal. We would advise anyone who believes they have a claim of Unfair Dismissal to contact us so that we can put any concerns that you have to rest and give you objective advice on how best to deal with your claim.

What is unfair dismissal and what can you do about it?

You can only claim unfair dismissal if you have evidence to show that your termination breaks the specific legal criteria for being considered unfair.

You must have been fired or let go from your job. This is clear if, for example, your employer has terminated your employment. You may also have been dismissed where you have been made redundant or forced to resign because of the difficult circumstances created by your employer. This is called constructive dismissal and will be discussed further below.

Secondly, it’s possible that your dismissal wasn’t fair. In some cases, wrongful termination may be automatically considered unfair. For example, if you’re fired because of pregnancy or trade union involvement.

What is constructive dismissal, and how can it help you?

If you quit because of your employer’s actions, it might be viewed as constructive dismissal. It is always a drastic step for an employee to resign with the intention of claiming their employer dismissed them constructively in an employment tribunal.

In many instances, it can be challenging to establish proof and the employee must demonstrate that:

  • There was a breach of contract by the employer.
  • The employee resigned because of that breach.
  • The breach of contract made it impossible for the employee to continue working for the employer.

The first two points are usually relatively easy to establish, but the third can often be tricky. If you have Constructive Dismissal Lawyers Scotland on your side, they will be able to help you to try and prove that the breach of contract made it impossible for you to carry on working.

Contact SGT Law Firm Right Away!

When you are facing termination from your employment, it is important to have an experienced lawyer on your side who can protect your rights. The lawyers at SGT Law Firm have experience representing clients in a variety of industries and have the knowledge and skills necessary to help you through this difficult time.

If you have been wrongfully terminated, or if you are facing discrimination or harassment at work, the lawyers at SGT Law Firm can help. We will review your case and determine the best course of action to take. We will fight for you every step of the way and make sure that you are treated fairly.

Call us today to schedule a consultation. We will review your case and advise you of your rights. We will work hard to get you the best possible outcome.

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