Enterprise Liverpool PLC v Bauress - Dismissal for "doing a foreigner" [2006] EAT

Working for others while being paid by your own employer and using its plant and materials, is known in the construction industry as "doing a foreigner". EAT overrules the decision of the Liverpool Tribunal that employees had been unfairly dismissed when the employer dismissed some but not others for "doing a foreigner". The tribunal "erred and substituted its view for that of the reasonable employer facing these circumstances, when it upheld the ClaimantsÂ’ cases".

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