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Discipline: Consolidation, with the employee's consent, of old and new allegations at a second disciplinary hearing was fair

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    Pinto v Gloucestershire NHS Primary Care Trust EAT/0351/09 (0 other reports)

In Pinto v Gloucestershire NHS Primary Care Trust EAT/0351/09, the EAT held that an employer acted reasonably in dismissing an employee for gross misconduct after she agreed that a final written warning should be set aside, and the allegations that led to it considered in a fresh disciplinary hearing, together with a number of new allegations of misconduct.