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Asserting a statutory right

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that where an employee claims their dismissal was automatically unfair for asserting a statutory right, there must be an allegation that there’s already been a breach of a statutory right. What does this mean in practice?

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Last updated: 19.04.2019

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