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Vol 23 No 2 Feb/March 2018

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The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 8: 2016-2017 Legal Year

Edited by: Daniel Clarry
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Managing Dismissals 2nd ed: Practical Guidance on the Art of Dismissing Fairly isbn 9780754522133

Managing Dismissals

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ISBN13: 9780754512554
ISBN: 075451255X
New Edition ISBN: 075452213X
Published: October 2003
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Written by an employment barrister and experienced writer, this text provides strategic advice on how to dismiss someone, as well as explaining the legal implications. Presented in an easy-to-read format, it is practical as well as authoritative and well organised, and addresses unfair dismissal in a unique proactive style, providing troubleshooting suggestions for things that go wrong. Comprehensive and fully up to date, the work takes into account the effect of the unfair dismissal limit, special considerations when dismissing disabled people and how to dismiss someone for computer/internet abuse. It contains practical documents and sample contracts of employment and is organised from a user's perspective so that readers can find chapters dealing with specific situations. This unique text will be an essential reference point for all advisers and HR and Personnel departments.

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""1. The Law of Unfair Dismissal: An Overview2. How to Dismiss Someone for Incapability3. How to Dismiss Someone for Criminal Acts Outside of Work4. How to Dismiss Someone for Breaches of Discipline at Work5. How to Dismiss Someone for Concealing Criminal Offences6. How to Dismiss Someone for Refusing to Obey Instructions7. Dismissing for Redundancy8. Business Reorganisation/Changing Employment Conditions9. Dismissing when Taking Over a Business or Contract10. Dismissals for Other Reasons11. Internal Appeals12. What You Must Pay When Dismissing Someone13. What do you Pay if you Get it Wrong?14. Tactics Before the Tribunal Hearing15. Settling Claims16. Preparing for and Conducting the Hearing17. Common Pitfalls I - Situations Deemed to be Dismissals18. Common Pitfalls IIAppendices""