Case round up: unfair dismissal compensation
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This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering unfair dismissal compensation.
Mitigation during notice period
Hardy v Polk (Leeds) Ltd, EAT, 2 February 2004
Hardy was employed by Polk for seven years. Then she resigned, giving eight weeks' notice. Polk was concerned that she was going to work for a competitor, so it asked her to sign a confidentiality agreement. Hardy refused, and was dismissed without notice the following week.