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Misconduct: Dismissal of abusive employees was fair

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    Whitbread Beer Company v Williams and others EAT/160/94 (0 other reports)

An employer's decision to dismiss three employees who became drunk, abusive and violent after a seminar aimed at improving their "behavioural skills" was manifestly reasonable, holds the EAT in Whitbread Beer Company v Williams and others. The industrial tribunal's conclusion that the dismissals had been "over the top" was perverse.