In Queensgate Investments LLP v Millet the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) ruled that applications for interim relief should be heard in public, save where an order is made to restrict publicity.
With the coronavirus pandemic likely to intensify the backlog of employment tribunal claims, the Government has announced a raft of the changes designed to streamline the conduct of disputes and improve capacity within the tribunal system.
The Claimant, Mr Garamukanwa, was employed by Solent NHS Trust as a clinical manager. He was involved in a personal relationship with a female colleague which ended.
An employee who was dismissed for failing to provide evidence of his right to work should have been given the right to appeal against his dismissal.