Unfair Dismissal Claims – Automatic Unfair Dismissal (AUD)

Automatic Unfair Dismissal (AUD) Claims – Employment Law

Automatic Unfair Dismissal

Automatic Unfair Dismissal Constructive Dismissal

In some cases it will not be necessary to consider whether the dismissal was reasonable or fair as the dismissal will be automatically unfair.

In Automatic Unfair Dismissal cases there is no requirement to have completed a minimum period of service with the employer as employees are protected from the first day of their employment.  If you think you have an automatic unfair dismissal claim, speak to one of our friendly employment law solicitors on 01925 937070 or complete our Employment Law Enquiry Form by clicking here.

We now also have a Wigan office which can be contacted on 01942 914004.

Examples of Automatic Unfair Dismissal Claims (AUD) Employment Law

Examples of what would constitute an Automatic Unfair Dismissal are dismissals for:

  • whistleblowing (public interest disclosure)
  • maternity & pregnancy related grounds
  • taking or seeking to take paternity leave
  • taking or seeking to take adoption leave
  • requesting flexible working arrangement
  • asserting a statutory employment protection right
  • health and safety activities
  • asserting rights relating to the national minimum wage
  • asserting rights under the Working Time Regulations 1998
  • taking, or seeking to take, time off for dependants

Contact our expert employment law solicitors in Cheshire

Please note that this list is not exhaustive. If you think you may be entitled to claim for Automatic Unfair Dismissal call us now on 01925 937070 or email Diane Massey, Head of Employment Law, at diane@dsmlegal.co.uk.

If you have a different employment law enquiry, you can visit our Employment Law Section by clicking here to see how else we can help.

Why choose DSM Legal Solicitors for your Automatic Unfair Dismissal Claim?

  • Our office in Warrington is minutes away from Junction 8 of the M62.  We have free on-site car parking together with disabled access, including a lift. 
  • Worried about how to pay for your claim?  You can read more about Funding Your Employment Law Claim by clicking here.
  • Only a fully qualified, experienced solicitor will handle your employment law claim so you receive the best possible legal advice and outcome.
  • We have numerous satisfied clients across England and Wales – read our client testimonials to see for yourself.
  • We will keep you regularly and our friendly team are always happy to answer any questions you may have.  Call us on 01925 937070 today.

Employment Law Solicitors in Warrington, Cheshire

We are solicitors in Warrington and accept claims from across England and Wales. Call us on 01925 937070 or complete the ‘Contact our Solicitors’ form at the bottom of this webpage and we will call you back at a time convenient for you.

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