Dismissal

There may be a range of circumstances leading to dismissal.

 

There may be a range of circumstances leading to dismissal but the Employment Rights Act 1996 sections 95 and 96 is, as you might expect, very precise about what amounts to dismissal.

 

Sections 95 & 96 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 specifies that an employee may properly consider himself or herself dismissed in the following situations:

 

  • where the contract of employment is terminated by the employer with or without notice;

  • where an employee is employed under a fixed-term contract and that contract expires without being renewed;

  • where an employee terminates their employment in circumstances in which they can properly claim amounts to constructive dismissal i.e. as a result of conduct on the part of the employer.

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