Fair, Reasonable and Proportionate Disciplinary ProcessPosted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 20 May 2014
Antoinette Vahey from RDJ looks at the recent High Court judgment Una Ruffley v Board of Management of St. Anne's School and considers the requirements on an employer to implement a fair, reasonable and proportionate disciplinary process.
The recent Judgment of the High Court in the case of Una Ruffley v Board of Management of St. Anne’s School has brought into sharp focus once again the requirements on an employer to implement a fair, reasonable and proportionate disciplinary process.
The Plaintiff in this case sued the Board of Management of St Anne’s School for damages for bullying and harassment which she claims occurred between 14th September 2009 and 27th September 2010 in the course
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