Employee v Employer [2014]

  • Case Reference
    IREAT UD2237/2010
  • Legal Body
    Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Unfair Dismissal, Redundancy and Reorganisation
Issues covered: Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment

This case concerned an employee who, without any notice, was informed by the Editor and Director to leave the premises and the reason given was that “his position as general manager was not sustainable”. Furthermore, the employee was informed that he could not appeal the case. 

The Respondent’s case was based on the contention that the claimant was dismissed on financial grounds. The tribunal heard evidence suggesting that if it had not been for the claimant’s dismissal the company would no longer be in existence. The tribunal also heard how various other cuts were made to the company

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This article is correct at 04/12/2015
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