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I started a new job two weeks ago,which an agency found me the job.

It was a permanent job.

After the end of the 2nd week I was called into the office & was told they where terminating my contract as from that day due to a member of staff that was returning to the company and a downturn in work.


The advisor from the agency called me today & told me,it didn't sound right in what they where saying & that I can go for unfair dissmal,if the company state this in my letter,which I should receive tomorrow.


As I had only been there two weeks & was under probationary period for six months I asked if I could do this & was told yes.


Is what the agency is saying correct?

Can I go for unfair dissmisal?

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I think that you need to ask why the advisor why they thought that you had a claim for unfair dismissal. Unless for a case of discrimination or another of the permitted exemptions, then unfortunately you have very few rights in law. You can always appeal against the dismissal, but cannot take the matter to a Tribunal unless you have more than 12 months service. With only two weeks service (the probationary period is irrelevant) you do not even have a right to notice, so even a breach of contract claim would be of little benefit.


Perhaps your advisor will give more details, and we will be happy to help if you wish to share them with us.

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