||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 225 (Apr)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Prophet, Mr D Smith and Mr G Wright
||The employee appeared in person.
||Stuart Brittenden (instructed by Sinclair Taylor Martin) for the employer.
||17 January 2003
Employment - Contract of employment - Terms of employment - Length of employment - Unfair dismissal - Employment tribunal finding employee not having sufficient continuous employment to sustain complaint of unfair dismissal - Correctness of decision.
In the circumstances of the case, an employment tribunal had been wrong to find that an employee did not have sufficient continuous employment to sustain a complaint of unfair dismissal against his employer, and the matter would be remitted to a freshly constituted tribunal for determination as to whether the employee's dismissal was fair or unfair.
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