Unfair dismissal: Dismissal for refusal to accept pay cut was fair
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Garside and Laycock Ltd v Booth  IRLR 735 EAT (1 other report)
This ruling reaffirmed another EAT decision on the reasonableness of dismissal for an employee's refusal to agree to a proposed detrimental variation in contractual terms for business reasons, Catamaran Cruisers Ltd v Williams and others  IRLR 386 EAT.
In Garside and Laycock Ltd v Booth  IRLR 735 EAT, the EAT allowed an appeal against a tribunal's decision that the dismissal of an employee for refusing to accept a pay cut proposed because of the employer's business difficulties was unfair.