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When an employee or worker may be dismissed from work due to industrial action in United Kingdom?

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When an employee or worker may be dismissed from work due to industrial action in United Kingdom?

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    You could be dismissed for taking part in industrial action if: . the union hasn’t held a properly organised ballot . the union hasn’t given the employer the correct notice for balloting members or taking action . the union hasn’t called its members to take action because they think the dispute is settled or action is called by someone who doesn’t have the authority to do so . it’s in support of workers taking action against another employer (otherwise known as ‘sympathy’ or ‘secondary’ action) . it’s in support of only employing union members (otherwise known as a ‘closed shop’) . it breaks any other parts of industrial action law

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