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Do you deal with Employment Law in Scotland? My son, who is

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Do you deal with Employment Law in Scotland?
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Customer: My son, who is dyspraxic was paid off without any spoken or written warnings.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  JGM replied 1 year ago.

I am a lawyer in Scotland. Can you give me a little more detail please including how long your son had worked there?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
My son has worked there for just over a year. His employer was told he was dyspraxic. However there was a distinct lack of training. He was left alone for long periods of time and manned the phones. His boss seemed happy and then out of the blue told the office manager that he was going to get rid of my son. She was shocked �� She walked out because she felt my son was treated unfairly. She was told he was awkward on the phone. My son was told the next day it was because of spelling issues. My son had no contract, no verbal warnings and no written warnings. Surely this is not correct procedure? He has an Honours degree but dyspraxics often make mistakes if put under pressure. Thanks
Expert:  JGM replied 1 year ago.

Normally your son would need to have to been employed for two years to make a claim for unfair dismissal. However, from what you say your son was dismissed because of his disability and that is discrimination. No length of service is needed for a claim. Your son should see a lawyer immediately about this. A claim has to be made as soon as possible.

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