Omission to Act Law Categories Detriment (2) Discrimination (2) Health & Safety (1) Implied Terms (1) Omission to Act (1) Time limits (1) Whistleblowing (1) + Show 5 more Spink v Express Foods Limited (EAT 1990) An employee should know the case against them. You should hear or be told the important parts of the evidence; you should have the opportunity to criticise or dispute it and the opportunity to present your own evidence and argue your case. Wigan Borough Council v Davies (1979 ICR 411) An implied term in an employment contract is that the employer will provide reasonable support to ensure that an employee can carry out his/her job without harassment or disruption by fellow workers.
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