Unfair procedure used to dismiss convicted employee
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Wilson v Royal Mail Group Ltd ET/2329775/2010 (0 other reports)
Wilson v Royal Mail Group Ltd ET/2329775/2010
unfair dismissal | disciplinary procedure | criminal conviction
Employers faced with an employee who has been convicted of a criminal offence outside work must look at all the circumstances and still follow their usual disciplinary procedure before making a decision to dismiss, as this tribunal judgment shows.