Previous disciplinary record not relevant to fairness of dismissal
The EAT has held that previous disciplinary records not relevant to fairness of dismissal where not relied upon by employer in decision to dismiss.
David Reid
27th Sep 2012
Constructive unfair dismissal can be established even if the main reason for the employee’s resignation is not a fundamental breach of contract
In recent weeks, The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has found that to succeed in a claim of constructive unfair dismissal the principal reason for the resignation...
David McRae
6th Sep 2012
Dismissal based on unverified allegations found fair due to risk to the employer’s reputation - Expert Comments
The Court of Appeal has held that the dismissal of an employee was fair even though the employer had not followed a formal disciplinary procedure to ‘test’...
David Reid
17th Aug 2012
Unfair Dismissal Qualifying Period
How the Government’s decision to increase the qualifying period for unfair dismissal from one to two years will affect employers.
David Reid
24th Jan 2012
Unfair Dismissal Compensation - Expert Comments
Unfair dismissal compensation breaks £80,000 barrier.
David McRae
23rd Dec 2010
Unfair Dismissal Qualifying Period
Earlier today, newly appointed ‘Enterprise Tsar’ Lord Young announced on Radio 4’s Today programme that one of his proposals to the government for slashing...
David McRae
4th Nov 2010
When is the dismissal effective? - Expert Comments
Expert Comments on Dismissal. How to Determine the Effective Date.
David Reid
19th Oct 2010
Dismissal by letter – When is the dismissal effective?
Identifying the effective date of termination is more than an academic point.
David Reid
19th Oct 2010
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