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Actually I can give you some examples anyway. The usual circumstances of claiming against other employees, rather than the company, is in the case of discrimination. So if someone has discriminated against you, say because of your gender, race, age, religion, etc then they would have personal liability and a claim can be made against them as an individual. So this is the most common circumstances in which a claim would be made against an individual in employment cases.
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yes you can personally claim against someone who has discriminated against you - it is the same time limit and it is not actually 3 moths from termination but 3 months from the date of the discriminatory act
yes it would
The individual claim is made in the tribunal as well, so what you do is make the claim and you can include both the company and the individuals as respondents