1 September 2020
Engin Mustafa, Lecturer in Employment Law at Kingston University, continues to explore gross misconduct and several cases relating to gross misconduct. In this second article of the mini-series, we shall examine a range of examples of how cases of Gross Misconduct have been judged. Although, the categories of gross misconduct detailed here cannot be fully exhaustive, we can review how employment tribunals have previously dealt with such incidents. This should serve as a guide to the likelihood of similar acts or omissions falling into the category of gross misconduct.