First Glasgow Ltd v Robertson [2012] UKEAT 0052_11_2203

Posted In: Case Law
  • Legal Body
    Employment Appeal Tribunal (UKEAT)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
Issues covered: reasonableness of dismissal; consistency

Mr Robertson was employed as a bus driver by First Glasgow Limited. The appellants introduced CCTV systems into all of their vehicles. The Claimant was dismissed for gross misconduct arising from his having, on two occasions in October 2010, interfered with a CCTV camera in the driver‟s cab in that he covered it with a microphone. He had received a prior final written warning in respect of an unrelated matter in May 2010. Two other bus drivers had been disciplined for similar misconduct prior to October 2010. The respondent was disciplined in respect of his actions in relation to the CCTV camera. The decision following his disciplinary hearing was that

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This article is correct at 13/04/2012

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