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Podcast: Episode 74 - The View from Mayer Brown

2 July 2015
UK Employment Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Nick looks at a case on whether there is an implied obligation on an employee to disclose their own misconduct. He also reviews an EAT decision on whether an employee remained part of a group transferring under TUPE, when the customer had objected to the employee being part of the group. Finally, he analyses a Tribunal decision where the employee was unfairly dismissed although he smelt of alcohol at work for which he gave apparently inconsistent explanations.
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