EAT STATUTORY DISCIPLINE AND GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES
Whether choice of companion to accompany employee at grievance hearing must be ‘reasonable’ (No). Whether employee refused first choice of companion waives right to be accompanied by him if, he chooses another (No).
(Section 10 Employment Relations Act 1999)
 UKEAT 0569 – 12 – 2205,  IRLR 696
Employment Relations Act 1999 10
England and Wales
Considered – Roberts v GB Oils Ltd EAT 14-Oct-2013
EAT Right To Be Accompanied – This appeal invited us to reconsider the recent EAT decision in Toal and Hughes v GB Oils Ltd  IRLR 696 that the Employment Tribunal in considering whether where there has been . .
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Updated: 18 November 2021; Ref: scu.514169