Sawar v SKF (UK) Ltd - In context, public "dressing down" was - unusually - not fundamental breach of trust & confidence [2010] EAT

Where an employer gives a dressing down to an employee in front of others (either junior employees or, indeed, people who are not employees at all), that employee will usually be entitled to regard that as a repudiatory breach by the employer. However, there may be circumstances in which that is not the case - every case must necessarily turn on its own facts and be decided in its own context. 

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