Termination not proper for abusive language: Madras HC

Termination not proper for abusive language: Madras HC

Madras High Court, in S. Raja vs. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. [W.A. No. 1835 of 2021] while allowing reinstatement of the workman who was dismissed from the service by his employer for using abusive language against his superior held that the usage of abusive language cannot be of such a grave nature justifying imposition of capital punishment of dismissal from service. The Court further held that the Courts are empowered to interfere with the punishment imposed by the employer, if it is found that the punishment is grossly disproportionate.

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