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What procedures specifically are you referring to please?
How long did you work there for?
so have you actually been dismissed by your employer?
Do you mean reinstatement to the place where the procedures were not followed? Also were there no other options to move you to for alternative work?
It is going to be highly unlikely that you can get reinstatement to this place of work without the third party’s consent. Your employer cannot change that - they have to follow the third party’s wishes, even if they are unfair or based on incorrect information or as a result of a wrong procedure being followed. If they do not want you on their premises then there is nothing the employer can do.
Also you are not going to be able to make a claim against that third party. You have no employment or contractual relationship with them. Your rights will be fully against your employer. Whilst they cannot be held responsible for the third party’s decision or failure to follow procedure, you can pursue them for their own failures only, such as for example not following dismissal procedures correctly at their end or not looking for alternative employment if that was going to mean you did not have to be dismissed.
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