Employment Law Matters

S6E8 - Conduct Dismissals (with Imogen Egan)

May 16, 2023 Daniel Barnett Season 6 Episode 8
Employment Law Matters
S6E8 - Conduct Dismissals (with Imogen Egan)
Show Notes

In this episode, you’ll learn about conduct dismissals, including:-

  • how to deal with misconduct that takes place outside of the workplace
  • the interaction between misconduct dismissals and dismissals for some other substantial reason
  • how to manage conduct issues where the employee suffers from poor mental health

Daniel discusses the topic with Imogen Egan from Outer Temple Chambers.

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