Michal Ragab v Sam Denigan & Co.Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Appeals Tribunal (EAT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionUnfair Dismissal, Policies and Procedures
The claimant was employed as a Warehouse Operative with the respondent since 23 March 2007.
The HR Manager of the respondent company, who was not employed with the respondent at the time of the incident giving rise to the claim of unfair dismissal, gave evidence based on file records. She stated that on 19 December 2010 the claimant refused to carry out an instruction by a supervisor, S. As a consequence, S informed the Night Shift Manager and both parties were called into the office by the Night Shift Manager. According to the respondents’ records, the claimant stated that he was
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