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Reorganisation: Tribunal takes wrong approach on business reorganisation

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    Catamaran Cruisers Ltd v Williams and others [1994] IRLR 386 EAT (0 other reports)

An industrial tribunal's decision that an employee could reasonably refuse a proposed detrimental variation in contractual terms because it was not based on sound business reasons vital for the company's survival was wrong, holds the EAT in Catamaran Cruisers Ltd v Williams and others. It therefore overturns the tribunal's decision that the employees in this case were unfairly dismissed.