Haycocks v ADP RPO UK Ltd 
Decision NumberEAT 129
Legal BodyEmployment Appeal Tribunal (UKEAT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Redundancy
The respondent was a subsidiary of a recruitment company based in the USA. The claimant was part of a small team recruiting for a single client. During the pandemic, the recruitment needs reduced and the respondent decided to reduce its workforce. The parent company provided a process by which to score and select employees for retention. The claimant was last and he was consulted a few weeks later explaining that he was welcome to suggest alternative approaches. Two weeks later he was dismissed. The claimant complained that the dismissal was procedurally unfair due to a lack of consultation and a subjective scoring
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