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Statutory dismissal procedures: Dismissal procedure met statutory requirements

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    YMCA Training v Stewart [2007] IRLR 185 EAT (1 other report)

    • YMCA Training v Stewart

      Date:
      19 December 2006

      In YMCA Training v Stewart [2007] IRLR 185 EAT, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a letter inviting an employee to attend an initial investigatory meeting can be sufficient to satisfy step one of the statutory dismissal and disciplinary procedure.

In YMCA Training v Stewart [2007] IRLR 185 the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that a dismissal was not automatically unfair where the dismissal procedure, although framed differently, complied with the requirements of the statutory dismissal and disciplinary procedure.