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How long did you work for the employer?
Thank you for the information. If you have left your employment due to the fact that you feel your employer has went back on their word then you could potentially claim breach of contract, and therefore ultimetlely, unfair (constructive) dismissal. However, you claim would be required to be looked at in more detail. Since you have already left, there are a few things you can do. Firstly, you can look at an employment tribunal. What you would be arguing is that there was a fundamental breach of contract by your employer and therefore you resigned in relation to this breach, this is especially what constructive dismissal is, however, legally it is classed as an unfair dismissal. You could also look at instructing a lawyer to approach the company and see if there is a mediation to be had in this matter. It is possible that you could come to a dispute agreement whereby your employer's may be wiling to pay what they should have paid you in return you would give a legal undertaking that you will not take any action in the Employment Tribunal or Courts against them. However, I would advise that you have the full details of the case assessed prior to raising any action as there can be cost actions if there is no merit to the claim. Additionally, you only have a very strict time period to deal with these matters which is 3 months minus one day from the breach. If you would like I can offer a service on this website to provide my email address and my company would assess your claim for free. If there is strong case to be heard then we could potentially offer a no Win no Fee representation offer. Please do let me know. Otherwise, I hope this information has helped. You can find a local solicitor who deals with this on the law society webpage which is;
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