Stuart v London City Airport

New guidance has emerged from the Court of Appeal in the case of Stuart v London City Airport concerning an employer’s duty to conduct investigations before dismissing staff in cases of alleged gross misconduct. Where misconduct is alleged the Burchell Test requires that at the time of dismissal the employer must have (a) believed the … Read more

Employment Rights in Disciplinary Procedures

Introduction Employment rights exist to protect you in the workplace.  They are perhaps never more necessary than if you are being investigated for misconduct.   What follows is a guide to the main employment rights available to you in a disciplinary procedures.   If you are facing a disciplinary procedure and would like more specific … Read more