Unfair dismissal remedies: Genuine belief in employee's guilt made re-engagement impracticable
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Wood Group Heavy Industrial Turbines Ltd v Crossan  IRLR 680 EAT (0 other reports)
An employment tribunal was wrong to order the re-engagement of an employee whose dismissal was unfair because the employer's investigation of his alleged serious misconduct was flawed, holds the EAT in Wood Group Heavy Industrial Turbines Ltd v Crossan  IRLR 680. The employer genuinely believed in the substance of the allegations, and re-engagement was not practicable against this background.