In this Financial Times article David Greenhalgh, specialist employment lawyer, comments on the legal issues for an employer dealing with an employee who is accused of criminal behaviour outside the workplace.
The employer should avoid a knee-jerk reaction and carefully consider the nature of the alleged behaviour and what impact that might have on the reputation of the organisation. Specialist employment advice should always be taken before any steps are taken towards dismissal.
Click here to read the Financial Times Q & A.
Posted on Wednesday 22nd January 2014
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