- Many dismissals are taking place all year round. A very small number of them reach the tribunal and an even smaller number find justice.
- The primary ground for dismissing an employee, without it being unfair in nature is on the grounds of misconduct, poor behavior or even redundancy.
- If a person is dismissed owing to the above mentioned cases, then the dismissal has to be a fair one and be acceptable by the tribunal.
- Someone who has been dismissed from the job for showing incomprehensible behavior can go for the claim of constructive dismissal. The case can also be treated further.
- When a person takes retirement from an organization and the retirement is phased in nature rather than being sudden, then the arrangement would be deemed fair for both the employer and the employee.
Links of Previous Main Topic:-
- Planning jobs and people
- Strategic aspects of resourcing
- Contractors and their contracts with consultants
- Selection methods and decisions
- Staff retention
- Ending the contract
- Written statement reasons
- Constructive dismissal
- Compensation for dismissal
- Wrongful dismissal
- Notice in ending the contract
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