||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 22 (Jul)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge J Burke QC, Mr J Crosby and Ms S Corby
||1 July 2003
Employment - Unfair dismissal - Investigation of misconduct - Range of reasonable responses test - Consideration of tribunal's approach to relevant issues.
On the employer's appeal against a decision of an employment tribunal that in deciding that the employee was guilty of fraudulent misconduct, the employer had not had reasonable grounds for its belief, and had not carried out a reasonable investigation, the Employment Appeal tribunal decided that the tribunal had erred in its approach to the relevant issues, and its conclusions were therefore perverse.
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