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(p. 745) 28. The termination of employment 

(p. 745) 28. The termination of employment
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(p. 745) 28. The termination of employment
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Lee Roach

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10.1093/he/9780198748380.003.0028
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date: 18 September 2019

This chapter examines the procedures and the obligations of employers in relation to the termination of employment. It discusses the concept of dismissal and the different types of dismissal. These include termination upon notice, termination upon expiry of a limited-term contract, summary dismissal, constructive dismissal, wrongful dismissal, and unfair dismissal. Each of these forms of dismissal is discussed in detail, including an examination of the requirements for establishing dismissal and the damages that can be awarded for dismissal in breach of the law. Finally, the chapter discusses when a worker is entitled to receive redundancy pay and how such pay is assessed.

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