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REINSTATE OR COMPENSATE? Will it be impractical to order reinstatement because an unfairly dismissed employee behaved badly in the arbitration? The primary remedy for an unfair dismissal is reinstatement. But sometimes it’s not reasonably practicable for the employer to reinstate or to re-employ the employee. The most common reason is that events before and […]
SPLITTING CHARGES: Do multiple charges arising from a single act of misconduct make dismissal more likely?
SPLITTING CHARGES: Do multiple charges arising from a single act of misconduct make dismissal more likely? Workplace disciplinary enquiries have morphed into processes which mimic criminal trials. It starts with the choice of language. “Alleged Misconduct” has become “Charges”. And for extra gravity, Charges add “Counts” as sub-charges flowing from the primary Charge with criminal […]