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057 Recent Unfair Dismissal Cases

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If you like this podcast, please send out this tweet – it helps grow the podcast and encourages us to keep going.In this episode, Daniel Barnett discusses three recent unfair dismissal cases:-1. Harrison v Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust: suspension should not take place as a kneejerk reaction2. Lafferty v Nuffield Health - whether you can dismiss an employee who has been charged, but not convicted, of a crime3. Uddin v London Borough of Ealing - a case following on from Royal Mail v Jhuti, about the fairness of a dismissal if an investigating officer withholds information they know about from the disciplinary officer. LINKSJoin the HR Inner Circle - www.hrinnercircle.co.ukAccess Daniel Barnett’s new course, Getting Redundancy Right – www.gettingredundancyright.com Thank you for listening and please leave a review if you found this helpful. Subscribe to Employment Law Matters to automatically receive new episodes every Tuesday. If you have a question, or any feedback, please email podcast@danielbarnett.co.uk or tweet @daniel_barnett . © Employment Law Services Limited 2020. Any information on this podcast is for general guidance only. Please see our full terms and disclaimer.