Trade unions: Compensation where no loss suffered
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Skiggs v South West Trains Ltd  IRLR 459 EAT (0 other reports)
In Skiggs v South West Trains Ltd, the EAT holds:
- The employment tribunal was entitled to hold, on the facts, that an investigative meeting concerning a grievance about an employee who had previously been disciplined was not a disciplinary hearing for the purpose of s.10 of the Employment Relations Act 1999.
- As the meeting was not a disciplinary hearing, the employee was not entitled to be accompanied, as provided for by s.10.