No Compensation for Liars!!!!

In the case of Ladrick Lemonious v Church Commissioners, the claimant was accused of sending emails in the names of other employees, two of which suggested colleagues had committed criminal offences. Lemonious denied the allegations. The employer believed Lemonious was lying and dismissed him for gross misconduct. He claimed unfair dismissal. An employment tribunal found… Read More


Dismissal: The Law of Unintended Consequences

Will doubling the qualifying period for unfair dismissal bring in further traps for unwary employers? It is nearly a year since the Government increased the qualifying period for bringing an unfair dismissal claim from one to two years. But has the change helped employers, or is there now a greater risk of making mistakes? Established… Read More