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FoodLaw Thu 12-Jan-17 20:37:39

Well two things really, firstly that if you've been employed somewhere for less than 2 years you have no rights and secondly that you can't pursue a grievance if you've already resigned?

canyoufeeltheglovetonight Thu 12-Jan-17 20:39:35

Not true about 'no rights'. Certain rights may be restricted.

You can't pursue a grievance if you're no longer employed.

canyoufeeltheglovetonight Thu 12-Jan-17 20:40:24

Not true about 'no rights'. Certain rights may be restricted.

You can't pursue a grievance if you're no longer employed.

DJBaggySmalls Thu 12-Jan-17 20:50:56

Not exactly, the ACAS website is really helpful;
www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=1339

The government also has a websote;
www.gov.uk/browse/employing-people/contracts

www.gov.uk/browse/working/rights-trade-unions

sonyaya Thu 12-Jan-17 20:59:33

You have no right to claim unfair dismissa luntil you've been employed for two years. But lots of rights, such as those relating to discrimination and your contractual rights, will apply.

They can't dismiss you for discriminatory reasons however long you've been employed.

19lottie82 Thu 12-Jan-17 21:13:55

Rights are very limited. As long as there isn't anything with an "ism" at the end involved (sexism, racism you get the drift!) then they can pretty much get rid of you for anything....... for example they don't like your dress sense confused

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