A round-up of links to news items on employment tribunal rulings in the week beginning 11 June 2012, including a former Little Chef employee's unsuccessful unfair dismissal claim after she was sacked for taking an apple pie home without permission.
Little Chef worker sacked for taking home a pie (on the This Is Staffordshire website) A former Little Chef employee has lost a compensation claim for unfair dismissal - after she took an apple pie home without permission.
Kidderminster man awarded over £4k after unfair dismissal (on the Kidderminster Shuttle website) A Kidderminster landscape gardening supervisor who was accused of taking a bag of bolts from a Ministry of Defence site has been awarded more than £4,000 compensation for unfair dismissal and breach of contract.
Hairstylist wins nearly £7,000 after career cut short (on the Halesowen News website) A Halesowen hair salon will have to stump up nearly £7,000 after unfairly giving a Kingswinford stylist the chop when she fell pregnant.
Employment tribunal decisions reported on XpertHR that week
Disability: tribunal recommends that retailer Iceland train HR staff and senior management in mental health issues
Tribunal recommends maternity rights training in company where employee given work two days after giving birth
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