Employment Lawyers Can Answer Your Employment Law Questions
Good afternoon. Welcome to just answer. I am a solicitor and reviewing your question now for you.
When you make any claim you must identify the cause of action and you must identify also the remedy sought. If the complaint is about the threats and the harassment then being an employee I can only think of claiming that you were forced to leave your employment by this conduct and therefore possible constructive dismissal claim. You refer to yourself however as a contractor so there could be a question to answer first whether you were actually an employee or worker to be able to take on an employment tribunal claim. If the complaint is with the fact that you were not classed as employee but should have and therefore your claim would be about classification. You can’t have a class/group action because employment contracts are individual and the breach of one will not necessarily mean another has been breached too.Also to note the strict 3 months limitation for taking matters to the tribunal and the requirement that you should have been employed for at least 2 years.
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