6. Western Excavating v Sharp

This episode looks at Western Excavating v Sharp – the case defines what ‘constructive dismissal’ means in unfair dismissal law.

We look at how the case could have been decided differently and see how the Court of Appeal’s ruling paved the way for the implied term of mutual trust and confidence.

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