Case round-up: Unfair dismissal
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William Hicks & Partners (a firm) v Nadal EAT/0164/05 (1 other report)
This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering unfair
William Hicks & Partners v Nadal,
Employment Appeal Tribunal, 16 August 2005
To be procedurally fair, a disciplinary process will almost always require an employee faced with serious allegations to be given the chance to put their side of the case across before a decision is reached.