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Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. How long did you work there for?
2 years and 1mont
When did the dismissal take place and did the employer follow a dismissal procedure, such as an investigation, disciplinary hearing, appeal?
Hi, when did the dismissal actually occur and what procedure did the employer follow?
at the time I sent a letter of appeal to y m, what can I expect if confirmed dismissal
If your appeal fails and the dismissal stands then you only have one option left, which is to make a claim for unfair dismissal in the employment tribunal. You would be seeking reinstatement or financial compensation and I must say that compensation is most likely as reinstatement orders are rare. You have 3 months from the date of original dismissal to make the claim and the form you have to complete is here:
Please let me know if this has answered your original question or if you need me to clarify anything else for you in relation to this? Thanks
during the investigation and appeal I have a right to salary and I took before.
How long does the trial and how security can receive as compensation
how much lawyer takes a similar case and what is a chance to win
you are entitled to be paid during suspension and until your dismissal, unless your contract says you do not have to be paid during a period of suspension. A trial can last several months easily. The compensation depends entirely on what losses you have suffered as a result of the dismissal, such as how long it has taken you to find a new job. A lawyer will certainly charge several hundred at least, for the most basic help, with full representation costing a couple of thousand. I can't tell you what your chances of success are with the very limited information I have so you need to see a solicitor in person who can tell you this after conducting a formal case analysis.
during the investigation and appeal I have a right to salary and tips I took
see above for my answer please
you are entitled to be paid during suspension and until your dismissal, unless your contract says you do not have to be paid during a period of suspension