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- Weekly dilemma... Do I have to hear out a grievance? Bourne, Colin // Personnel Today;6/29/2010, p6
The article provides an answer to a question of how to dismiss an employee charged with misconduct.
- NOSHA workers sacked for credit card abuse. Donovan, Bill // Navajo Times;12/9/2010, Vol. 49 Issue 49, pA.10
The article reports on the termination of four Navajo Nation Occupational Safety and Health Administration employees due to alleged abuse of office credit cards in Window Rock, Arizona.
- Off-duty cop commandeers ambulance - to serve a restraining order. // Legal Alert for Supervisors;1/20/2012, Vol. 7 Issue 160, p4
The article discusses the court case, Bryant v. Liberty Health Care, wherein the plaintiff, Tarance Bryant, a police officer serving as an emergency medical technician (EMT) at the Jersey City Medical center in New Jersey, sued his employer for unfair dismissal from an alleged misconduct.
- Cannabis at work: always a sackable offence? Hamilton, Mark // Grocer;5/7/2011, Vol. 234 Issue 8003, p22
The author comments on the case of Asda Stores Ltd. v. Coughlan which demonstrated that employers should not take for granted that it is fair to dismiss employees possessing drugs, noting the Employment Tribunal ruling that the dismissal for gross misconduct was unfair.
- Make smart decision for your future after making dumb decision in the past. O'Donnell, Jeanine "J. T. ".; Dauten, Dale // South County Journal;11/14/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 46, pD10
The article presents questions and answers related to employment including one who had an affair with the manager in his current job and another on how to handle his removal from a job for failing a drug test on his resume and interviews.
- Why Federal Managers Fail to Fire Their Low Performers. Liff, Stewart // Government Executive;8/26/2015, p1
The article focuses on the survey depicting the reasons on why federal managers fail to fire their low performers. It mentions that managers have the power to take action against employees and supervisors focused on misconduct or poor work. It mentions that one-year probationary period for...
- Social media and employment law. Jolly, Gareth; Wong, Shirley // Governance Directions;Apr2014, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p169
The article examines social media in the context of the recruitment, discipline and dismissal of employees in Australia. Topics covered include the need for employers to be aware of the Australian Privacy Principles with regards to creating records, how social media posts can comprise misconduct...
- month in tribunals. // Employers Law;May2010, p6
The article presents several court cases that include Singh v Borgers Ltd. concerning multiple breaches of the Acas code with a ruling in favor or the plaintiff, Smith v Department for Work and Pensions on unfair dismissal with a ruling in favor of the plaintiff, and Brown v Springs Sanctuary...
- Avoiding unfair dismissal claims. McMahon, Nicola // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;9/30/2011, Vol. 201 Issue 4697, p52
In this article the author tells to follow the right procedure while sacking staff to avoid any legal implications in Great Britain. It has been stated that there should be a fair and genuine reason for the dismissal of an employee. It has also been advised to do termination on notice except in...