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Right to be accompanied: reasonableness of request for companion made 11 minutes before disciplinary hearing

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    Shone v Oxford and Cherwell Valley College ET/2701364/2013 (0 other reports)

Shone v Oxford and Cherwell Valley College ET/2701364/2013

disciplinary hearing | right to be accompanied | reasonableness of request

This employment tribunal decision provides a useful example for employers of what the legislation on the right to be accompanied means when it says that the right applies where a worker "reasonably requests" to be accompanied at a disciplinary hearing, an issue on which there is a surprising paucity of case law.