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Employment Tribunals Guide 2008

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The Issue of Misconduct

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Wrongful Dismissal - Guide for Employees and Template Calculations

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Case of the Month
1/2019
Written statement of terms of employment
The EAT has determined that employees are entitled to a written statement of terms of employment (minimum particulars) even if they are not going to be/are not employed for two months. If=f one is refused an employer runs the risk of a claim, perhaps for unfair dismissal if the dispute leads to the end of the employment relationship. The normal 2 year qualification rule won’t apply. Sensible employers will provide a written contract of employment (to include the minimum particulars) from or near to day one.
 
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