CK Heating Ltd v Doro - Reconsideration of a decision by a tribunal at its own instigation [2010] EAT

Exceptionally an Employment Tribunal which has announced its decision but wants to reconsider it before confirming it in a reasoned written judgment, may "recall" its decision and invite the parties to make further submissions on particular issues. 

An employment judge informed the parties that the Tribunal  would try and give its decision before the end of the last scheduled day of the final hearing of Mr Doro's unfair dismissal claim against CK Heating Ltd. In the event the Tribunal decided that Mr Doro had been unfairly dismissed, but that his compensatory award should be reduced by 30% by reason of his contributory conduct (in England, "contributory fault") to £3,086. No mention was made of any basic award. The employment judge gave brief oral reasons and CK Heating requested full written reasons.

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