Silman v ICTS (UK) Ltd - Unfair dismissal/fairness [2006] EAT

Mr Silman worked as a security officer for ICTS who provided security cover for Thames Valley University. He was suspended for work as a result of "allegations of unauthorised absence and falsification of company records". Two disciplinary hearings took place and eventually Mr Silman was dismissed. He claimed unfair dismissal essentially on the basis that the employer had failed to identify his alleged misconduct with sufficient "specificity".

He lost and appealed. The EAT rejected his appeal.

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