Unfair for small employer to have one person in charge of whole disciplinary process
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Henshaw v Touch Tanning Ltd ET/2605284/09 (0 other reports)
Henshaw v Touch Tanning Ltd ET/2605284/09
unfair dismissal | disciplinary process | misconduct
A family-run business made the classic mistake of having one person act as "judge, jury and executioner" in a disciplinary procedure against an employee accused of misconduct.