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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Can a flawed disciplinary process lead to a constructive unfair dismissal?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in Retirement Security Ltd v Wilson has considered whether an employee could resign and claim constructive unfair dismissal as a result of procedural defects in their employer’s disciplinary process.

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Can altering a draft investigation report lead to an unfair dismissal?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Dronsfield v The University of Reading has considered whether altering a draft investigation report following legal advice could result in an employee being unfairly dismissed.

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Can an employer be liable for third-party harassment?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Bessong v Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust has considered whether an employer should be liable for harassment against one of its employees based on the actions of a third party, as it can be for actions of its employees.

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At what point is a disability assessed?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Parnaby v Leicester City Council has considered when is the right time to assess whether someone has a disability.

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