- 29 November 2022
Monica Atwal, Managing Partner at Clarkslegal LLP comments in the People Management on Sales adviser who gave personal number to customers and waited five months for disciplinary hearing was unfairly dismissed, tribunal rules.
Despite wrongdoing by the employee, judge says the delay in proceedings was ‘surprising’ and objectively unreasonable
The case highlighted that employers should “beware” of a delay in investigation and disciplinary proceedings. An employer must have due regard to conducting a process in a timely manner.
Read full Article – Sales adviser who gave personal number to customers and waited five months for disciplinary hearing was unfairly dismissed, tribunal rules If you have any questions in relation to investigations and disciplinary proceedings and any other employment law issues contact our experienced employment lawyers.
Monica Atwal is recommended for her contentious work handling discrimination cases, particularly disability claims.
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SubjectEmployer who shared personal contact details, tribunal rules unfairly dismissed – Monica Atwal writes for People Management
Published29 November 2022
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