||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 56 (Aug)
||Employment Appeal tribunal
Judge Peter Clark, Mr I Ezekiel and Mr G Wright
||Karen Monaghan (instructed by Christian Fisher) for J.
||Clive Lewis (instructed by the Solicitor of Inland Revenue) for the respondent.
||4 July 2001
Employment - Unfair dismissal - Remedies - Employee absent from work over long period due to illness - Tribunal upholding complaint of unfair dismissal - Tribunal refusing reinstatement and awarding nil compensatory award - Whether tribunal in error.
On the facts, an employment tribunal had not erred in concluding that although the complainant had been unfairly dismissed, reinstatement or re-engagement were not appropriate remedies in the instant case. Furthermore, the tribunal had been justified in making a nil compensatory award. Accordingly, the complainant's appeal was dismissed.
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