Unfair dismissal: Dismissal procedurally and substantively unfair where inexperienced chair dismissed for serious but not gross misconduct
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Thomson v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust EAT/0218/14 (1 other report)
In Thomson v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust EAT/0218/14, the EAT upheld an employment tribunal's ruling that a conduct dismissal was unfair because the chair of the disciplinary panel had no training or experience in the role, and he impermissibly dismissed for what amounted to serious but not gross misconduct. The employee had, however, failed to establish that there was any failure to make reasonable adjustments.