Dismissal of employee who refused to attend work for COVID reasons was not automatically unfair

In Rogers v Leeds Laser Cutting, an employment tribunal found that the dismissal of an employee who told his manager that he would not return to work until after lockdown because he feared he would infect his children with COVID-19, was not automatically unfair.


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