Wozniak v Tuleya (DEC-E2014-049)Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEquality Tribunal
Type of Claim / JurisdictionUnfair Dismissal
The complainant was employed for less than a year although the duration appears to be in dispute. She had an operation on her back and informed her employer that she was unable to return to work before Christmas 2011. The respondent presented evidence listing discontent with the complainant’s performance in terms of attendance and annual leave. There also appears to have been some confusion in the employer’s evidence as to whether or not the complainant informed them she wanted to resign. The complainant’s husband gave evidence that he went to the respondent premises for a haircut while the complainant was on sick leave and noticed a new person working there. He was
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