Employee emailed pornographic video by lying manager was unfairly dismissed for inappropriate use of work computer
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Caller v Newham University Hospital ET/3201242/10 (0 other reports)
Caller v Newham University Hospital ET/3201242/10
unfair dismissal | gross misconduct | inappropriate use of work computer | offensive material
In this unusual case, an employee was dismissed for offensive material on his computer despite the fact that his manager, who lied during the disciplinary process, had been aware of some of the material and even emailed him a pornographic video at work.