The claim was originally struck out as it had not been commenced within three months of the effective date of termination.
What does EDT stand for?
EDT stands for Effective Date of Termination
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- Earliest Delivery Time
- Early Decay Time (acoustics)
- Early Distal Tubule (renal biology)
- Early Drop by Threshold
- Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-0400)
- Eau de Toilette
- Economic Development and Transportation (various organizations)
- Economic Development Team (various locations)
- Ecosystem Diagnosis and Treatment
- Edit Data Transmission
- Effective Date of Training
- Effective Draft Temperature
- Electrical Down Tilt (telecommunications)
- Électricité de Tahiti (French: Electricity from Tahiti; French Polynesia)
- Electronic Data Transfer (IBM version of FTP)
- Embedded Deterministic Test (engineering)
- Emergency Department Technician (healthcare; various organizations)
- Emergency Duty Team (UK)
- Engineer(ing) Design Test
- Engineering Data Technologist
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This type of case can be problematic and your daughter would be best advised to consult a solicitor specialising in employment law without delay, as there is a three-month deadline (from the effective date of termination of em- ployment) to submit a claim to an employment tribunal.
The Employment Rights Act 1996 Section 111 states that an employee loses the right to make a claim for unfair dismissal to an employment tribunal if the claim is not presented before the end of three calendar months beginning with the effective date of termination (EDT).
The letters, sent on March 13, warned, "Should our efforts for suitable alternative employment prove to be in vain and the situation remains unaltered your effective date of termination will be Saturday, August 31, 2002.