Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today. Do you think that you have been discriminated against in this decision on the basis of your age, race, sex, religion,pregnancy or disability or for raising a health and safety or other complaint?
why did you leave your shift early?
Unfortunately not, this is not a requirement until you have been employed for 2 years. Uk employment law does not allow a person to claim unfiar dismissal until they have been employed for at least 2 years so no disciplinary procedure is actually reqiuired in that period. The only possible claim would be of discrimination and this does not seem to apply here.
i am really sorry that this is the case.
You are obviously entitled to pay for your hours.
It is a fundamental weakness of employment law from the point of view of the employee.
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Sadly not, employment law through the tribunal is the only law relevant to the employment relationship. I'm really sorry about that.
Yes a correct procedure would need to be followed after 2 years. Many employers will follow one before this but many also take advantage of the fact that there is no right to claim unfair dismissal in the first 2 years of employment.
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