No she has not. They basically told her when she had meeting with manager that it was with immediate effect.
The period of notice of termination of employment from either the Company or Employee is as follows:
(a) During Probationary Period
From both the Employee and the Company one week’s notice in writing.
(b) On Successful Completion of Probationary Period
From the Employee and from the Company one calendar month until the Employee has completed 5 years service, and thereafter one week for each complete year of service up to a maximum of 12 weeks. This notice should be given in writing
During the first 6 months of the employment the Employee will undergo a period of training and probation. Assessment of the Employee’s performance will be carried out during this period. The Company Disciplinary Procedure is not applicable during the probationary period, and an Employee may be dismissed during this time if they fail to meet the Company’s requirements.
The Company reserves the right to extend this period of training for up to a further 6 months at manager’s discretion and the Employee’s notice period will remain at one week during this probationary period.
The Company reserves the right to give the Employee pay in lieu of any notice of termination (whether given by the Company or by the Employee). For this purpose, the Employee agrees that pay in lieu will consist of basic salary for the relevant period of notice and will exclude any bonus / commission I share of profit and any other emolument referable to the Employee's employment.
During any period of notice of termination (whether given by the Company or the Employee) the Company shall be under no obligation to assign any duties to the Employee and shall be entitled to exclude the Employee from its premises, provided that this shall not affect the Employee’s entitlement to receive normal salary and contractual benefits:
Did she need to get paid before she was dismissed?