Guinan, Guy
September 2007
People Management;9/6/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 18, p22
The article presents decisions by the U.S. Employment Appeals Tribunal which show that breaches of statutory disciplinary and dismissal procedures can lead to unfair dismissal. In Premier Foods PLC v Garner, the claimant had not been given enough information to understand the new evidence against her. In Bowen v Millbank Estate Management Organization, the employee had been given insufficient material to understand the case against her. In RKS Services v Palen, a delivery driver had been unfairly dismissed for taking time off to care for a dependant.


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