Disciplinary Procedures: How to ensure that fairness is not dismissed

In light of recent case law, Michelle Tudor explains how to avoid some of the main pitfalls when disciplining employees ‘The Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the decision on culpability should have been reserved for Mr Goodchild and that there was an inference of improper influence by the HR advisers. Accordingly, it deemed Mr Ramphal’s …
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Cases Referenced

  • Ramphal v Department for Transport [2015] UKEAT/0352/14
  • Stevens v University of Birmingham [2015] EWHC 2300
  • Way v Spectrum Property Care Ltd [2015] EWCA Civ 381