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Sneddon v Carr-Gomm Scotland Ltd - balance of tribunal's right to fact-find and the "substitution mind-set"

Although an employment tribunal must take care to avoid a "substitution mind-set", it is nonetheless the appropriate body to determine whether a reasonable employer would consider adequate such investigations into alleged misconduct as were carried out. An appellate court needs good grounds for interfering with such a determination when, on the evidence, it is one that was open to the tribunal to make. 

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