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  1. Sorry to be such a pain but obviously this is a huge worry for us. All the information that the Employer is relying on was available at the time of the suspension at the start of November but not mentioned until the middle of March. If the judge allows the allegations to be included (very persuasive solicitor v non-represented friend) will he require confirmation from the "owner of the goods" that they have been stolen? Or is the level of proof at a tribunal so low that he will just accept the employer's word? Thanks Lizzy
  2. Thanks for that. What the solicitor is saying is that had the employer known about the alleged thefts that he would have been dismissed anyway. To the best of my knowledge my friend did not commit theft. Although his claim to the tribunal was primarily to get his wages back he, on the advice of the CAB, did mention that it was constructive dismissal. This was because of the unpaid wages and the changes to his contract. If the judge allows them to bring in the alleged thefts will the employer be required to have confirmation that they actually happened? Lizzy
  3. He was dismissed for something unrelated and appealed. The appeal went his way but when his employer reinstated him they refused to pay his unpaid wages and changed the terms of his contract so he resigned. He went to the tribunal to get his money back. The theft allegation was first mentioned after friend had submitted his list of documents to the employer's solicitor as per the instructions given by the tribunal. Lizzy
  4. Please can somebody advise me? Friend is going to an employment tribunal mostly to recover unpaid wages - employer obviously wants to make him look as bad as possible so he can avoid paying up and has a rather nasty solicitor working for him. Former employer is alleging that friend is guilty of theft - not from former employer but from a third party ( a customer of the employer). As far as we know the customer has NOT said anything has been stolen. So friend in a letter to the tribunal requested that the employer should be required to have confirmation from the customer that these th
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