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A dismissal must meet certain requirements, otherwise it may be deemed unfair. In these circumstances, the employee could be entitled to bring a claim for unfair dismissal. Our Employment Solicitors work with both employees and employers on dismissal matters, giving us an in-depth understanding of the different views, concerns and objectives that arise in these cases. Contact our team today to discuss your Dismissal matter.

Dismissal Advice for Employees

If an employer has terminated your contract and you believe the reason or process used was unfair, our lawyers are here to help. We understand how confusing and worrying this situation can be. It is important to obtain specialist legal advice concerning your rights and the next steps you can take. As your legal team, we will focus on reaching a quick and positive outcome, whether that is getting your job back or agreeing on a financial settlement with your former employer. 

Dismissal Advice for Employers

As an employer, you are likely to be faced with a situation that leads you to consider dismissing a member of staff. Our team can advise on what constitutes fair reasons and fair procedures for dismissal, aiming to minimise the chance of a claim being raised against you. Taking legal advice at an early stage can save your business time and money. However, if a former employee is taking legal action, you must have a strong legal team by your side to protect your interests.

Contact our Dismissal Solicitors in Carrigart and Letterkenny, Co. Donegal

If you are an employee or employer looking for advice on Dismissals, or on any other Employment Law issue, call our team on 0749890190 or complete our online contact form and we will get back to you without delay.

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