||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 392 (Feb)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Lindsay J, Mrs M Prosser, Mr J Shrigley
||Richard Linskell of EEF for the appellant.
||James Richardson (instructed by Swinburne Jackson) for the respondent.
||21 February 2001
Employment - Dismissal - Dismissal by way of redundancy - Employment tribunal determining redundancy unfair - Whether redundancy unfair - Whether consultation with employee inadequate.
To consult a person after his redundancy had been decided upon was clearly manifestly unfair, however, consultation with a person after he had become potentially redundant was not a matter which represented just criticism of an employer's process.
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