Kier Islington Ltd v Pelzman – every individual action that could lead to dismissal need not be specified if it is clearly covered in general policy

Dismissal of an employee for misconduct will not be rendered unfair just because the employer has not issued a specific written warning about the possible disciplinary consequences of that particular form of misconduct, provided that its standard disciplinary documentation is drafted so as to clearly encompass such acts with the descriptions of conduct that can lead to dismissal.

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