Category: hearsay evidence

Fraudulent misrepresentation damages: Excess salary

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Admitting hearsay evidence: Failure to consider

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Sleeping on duty: Video footage produced

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Hearsay witness statements: Harassment and fair dismissal

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Admitting hearsay evidence: Interests of justice?

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Audi alteram partem rule: Application in employment disputes

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Internal investigation record: Special hearsay

The LC reviewed and set aside an award and remitted the matter for a fresh formal hearing.  The employer relied only on the record of the internal investigation as it was unable to secure the attendance of any witnesses. ...

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Hearing not a trial: Simply right to be heard

A disciplinary enquiry is not a workplace trial. It is meant to be a platform where an employer gives an accused employee a right to put across his own version and be heard before a decision is taken on any alleged misconduct.

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