Is the Greek government's regulation imposing the same minimum height requirement to join the police of 170 cm for both men and women unjustifiable indirect discrimination?
An employee can be dismissed for any number of reasons but there are some decisions, such as the one in Dane’s case that can leave you dumbfounded.
To be labelled a liar and thief by your employer and urged to resign rather than be sacked is probably as bad as it can get for an employee.
Life goes on as normal as it can do in the current employment climate and it will unfortunately mean that employees will lose their jobs for any number of reasons.
All working relationships do not smoothly and when they do break down it can be with damaging consequences.
Having to deal with far worse than a nasty hangover after a night out.
An employee accused of a serious crime, arrested, questioned and cleared could be forgiven for thinking that is the end of the nightmare.
There are some disciplinary offences that if admitted can almost guarantee an employee will be dismissed - and theft of company stock is definitely one of them
Can an employer discipline or dismiss an employee for capability reasons, while they are off sick?
It's a common myth that workers can't be sacked while they are off sick!!
Most of us will have been in a position where financial concerns have caused our employer to review how it operates – and the impact of that can be extremely serious.
Dealing with the most serious disciplinary allegation and fighting to save your job
Facing disciplinary action linked to a death is as serious as it can get for an employee.