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Hello again, an employee with less than 2 years' service can only make a claim in the tribunal if they can show that the dismissal was conducted in breach of contract or if they can show that it was automatically unfair. A breach of contract dismissal would usually only occur if you had not paid the person their notice period due under contract, paid them their wages or you have not followed a contractually binding dismissal procedure. The circumstances in which a dismissal would be automatically unfair are limited and if I recall I already provided you with a link of what they would include:http://www.lawdonut.co.uk/law/employment-law/dismissals-and-redundancies/circumstances-when-a-dismissal-is-automatically-unfairAssuming you did not dismiss in breach of contract or there was no automatically unfair reason for dismissal, the employee would not be able to claim against you
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