Dismissal: Refusal to hear grievance may amount to constructive dismissal
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Elder v Clydesdale Co-operative Society Ltd EAT/165/87 (0 other reports)
In Elder v Clydebank Co-operative Society Ltd 22.9.87 EAT 165/87 the EAT in Scotland orders a rehearing of a constructive dismissal complaint after an industrial tribunal failed to consider whether an employers' refusal to allow an employee to appeal against a decision to transfer her to another branch amounted to constructive dismissal.
Mrs Elder was originally employed by the Milngavie Cooperative Society at its store in Milngavie in 1975.