CK Heating Ltd v Doro - compensation reduction for contributory misconduct based solely on claimant's actions and culpability

Reductions of compensation given in unfair dismissal cases for contributory misconduct must be based solely on an assessment of whether a claimant's behaviour was culpable: a tribunal is not entitled to look at factors beyond that (such as whether the employer was in any event in breach of contract, for example).

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