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Dismissing an employee fairly: a refresher

The law gives five potentially fair reasons for dismissing an employee, including breach of a statutory duty or restriction and some other substantial reason capable of justifying dismissal. The most commonly used reasons are redundancy, capability and misconduct.

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Receiving an employment tribunal claim: what to do next

‘At some point, many businesses will receive an employment tribunal claim against them from an employee, former employee or even an applicant,’ says Samira Cakali, Managing Director and Solicitor Advocate at SCE Solicitors.

‘Although a tribunal claim can seem daunting, knowing what to expect could help you defend the claim as effectively as possible.’ Samira runs through what happens at the start of the process, sets out what to do to help prepare the defence, and she gives tips on how to keep down legal costs.

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Our top 5 reasons why we love being employment solicitors

Qualifying as a solicitor is a special moment. It takes years of studying and training and qualification brings an immense feeling of satisfaction and great achievement.  It can also be a bit scary venturing out in the working world knowing that you are now expected to make your own decisions.

Here we share all that is good and perhaps a bit surprising about working in employment law.

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