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Cancer Research UK v Harding - unfair dismissal conduct cases and the burden of proof

In unfair dismissal conduct/misconduct cases the burden of proof lies with the employer to show the reason for the dismissal and having done so that it was a reason relating to the employee's conduct; however the burden of proof is then neutral in establishing that the employer genuinely  believed the employee was guilty of misconduct and had conducted a reasonable investigation.

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