Was the employee dismissed due to their memory being bad, despite having little training and previous unfair treatment? | LawHive - Solicitors & Lawyers Online
Was the employee dismissed due to their memory being bad, despite having little training and previous unfair treatment?
Hi all. Just after some advice please. I took a new job on in November last year. I new the new employer prior to this. I told him about my medical conditions and said my memory isn't great and I do forget things. Fast forward to now. I have been "let go" due to my memory being bad. Now I have had next to no training in the job, I've learned everything myself. I also had a lot of unfair treatment where the manager actually apologised to me via message and dealt with it the next day. I am now not sure where I stand as it was in the 6 month probation period. I feel it was very unfair and something else could of been done to help me in the role. Do I have any rights? Was this unfair dismissal? Thank you for reading.

Anonymous

15th April 2022

Top Answer
NQ This may help. It does seem that if you've been there under 2 years you don't have any legal rights. This Is a link to the government site. https:// www.gov.uk/ dismissal

George Schwieger

16th April 2022

1 upvote

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