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If an Employer dismisses an employee at a disciplinary hearing, without informing them they had a the right to be accompanied by a Trade Union representive (he was told once in writing and once verbally that he could ask a colleague to be present), would an Employment Tribunal automatically find this dismissal unfair ?

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No.

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As you state `....once told in writing ...` then as far as the courts are concerned the employer has acted within the law.

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