Insubordination – constructive dismissal

March 2024 | Employment
The EAT has heard a case involving an allegation of ‘insubordination’ – a somewhat emotive term. The case summary is as follows: ‘Ms Goburdhun (“the Claimant”) worked as an accountant. She was subject to disciplinary proceedings for “insubordination” for not adhering to an instruction from the Respondent employer to include figures for expenses incurred described …
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