||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 206 (Nov)
|| UKPC 42
Lord Phillips, Lord Brown, Lord Mance, Lord Kerr and Lord Wilson
||Maxime Sauzier (instructed by Blake Lapthorn solicitors) for the employee.
||Herve Duval (instructed by M A Law Solicitors LLP) for the company.
||23 November 2011
Mauritius - Unfair dismissal - Constructive dismissal - Employee working for appellant company as transport and workshop manager - Employee being required to work full time in distillery - Employee issuing proceedings for constructive dismissal - Industrial Court and Supreme Court of Mauritius upholding claim - Company appealing to Privy Council - Whether employee unfairly dismissed.
Mauritius Unfair dismissal. The Privy Council held that the Industrial Court and the Supreme Court of Mauritius had reached the correct conclusions on the facts of the case that the employee had been constructively dismissed from his employment.
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