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TRIBUNAL DISMISSES ADMIRAL'S CLAIM AGAINST HAMPSHIRE

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An industrial tribunal has ruled that Hampshire CC was justified in dismissing a harbourmaster when he refused to h...
An industrial tribunal has ruled that Hampshire CC was justified in dismissing a harbourmaster when he refused to hand over accounts, reports The Times (p3).

The former rear-admiral claimed unfair dismissal on health and safety grounds, but the tribunal ruled that he had behaved in a way that his employers could rightly judge as inappropriate.

He had angered managers when he requested to close the harbourmaster office two days a week due to understaffing, and refused to hand over accounts when he was denied a£6,000 pay rise.
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