Misconduct dismissals: Can dismissal without warning be fair without gross misconduct?

Two recent rulings have confirmed that a pattern of wrongdoing can amount to gross misconduct and have provided guidance on when any subsequent dismissal can be construed as fair, report Rebecca Driffield and Louise Singh ‘Employers should issue employees who commit misconduct, whether through a series of trivial acts or an isolated incident of serious …
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