A banking executive who was sacked after an investigation into two of his employees who engaged in sexual activity outside work hours was unfairly dismissed, a tribunal has ruled.

Jeremy Coy appears in People Management commenting on an unfair dismissal case in which employees who engaged in sexual activity at leaving party were not fired, unlike their manager.

Bank head ‘scapegoated’ in staff sexual misconduct probe was unfairly dismissed is available to read on the People Management website. 

Jeremy is a senior associate solicitor in the employment team and advises employers and employees on a breadth of employment law issues such as disciplinary matters, grievances, redundancy, unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing and Employment Tribunal Litigation.