Orr v Milton Keynes Council - extent of "imputing knowledge" to employer in cases of dismissal for misconduct

When determining the fairness of a decision to dismiss an employee, a tribunal must consider the position as known at the time of dismissal to those responsible for the decision .  This, of course,  includes facts which the decision makers ought to have known but does not include facts which only come to light afterwards even if those facts were known to another member of staff at the time of the dismissal.

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