Labour & European Law Review
01 November 2007
The following bit of news about holiday entitlement is likely to come as a surprise to a lot of employers, so worth knowing about!
When dismissing someone, employers have to act within a range of reasonable responses. In Corus UK Ltd v Mainwaring, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) said that it was not unreasonable for employers to dismiss following an anonymous tip off, as long as they carried out a reasonable investigation before doing so.
The statutory dispute resolution regulations require employees to lodge a grievance in writing with their employer before making certain complaints to a tribunal.