Gross misconduct and dismissal procedure

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What constitutes gross misconduct may vary according to the particular circumstances of the employer and the work the employee is carrying out, explains Speechly Bircham solicitor Adam Partington.

Originally appearing in our sister title, Partington responds to the following question on employment law and correct conduct:

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