Can a Whistleblower next to smaller quantity than one years service claim for "ordinary" s98 undeserved dismissal too?

In an Employment Tribunal held in England, can a Whistleblowing claimant claim for "ordinary" s98 unfair dismissal at impossible to tell apart time despite having less than one years service?
Simple answer; no.

Dismissal itself is not a detriment below the PIDA legislation so you can't circumvent the 12-month rule that way.

Sorry. Source(s): I'm a lawyer
If the whistleblowing be in the public interest and you were sack because of whistleblowing, you are protected under the whistleblowing legislation from victimisation or dismissal. However, a clever organisation will come up with some other excuse for the dismissal.

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