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Iceland Frozen Foods Ltd v Jones

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Citation(s)  [1983] ICR 17
Court  Employment Appeal Tribunal
Similar  Ford v Warwickshire CC, Notcutt v Universal Equipme, Buckland v Bournemouth University, Gisda Cyf v Barratt

Iceland Frozen Foods Ltd v Jones [1983] ICR 17 is a UK labour law case, concerning unfair dismissal, now governed by the Employment Rights Act 1996.

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Facts

Mr Jones was summarily dismissed for failing to lock a door, and taking part in a ‘go slow’ shift while on security duties. Mr Jones claimed it was unfair. The employer contended it was justified.

Judgment

Browne-Wilkinson J remitted the case to tribunal with the observation that the haste of the dismissal was probably unwise. In interpreting what is or is not fair, the following should be considered.

References

Iceland Frozen Foods Ltd v Jones Wikipedia


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