Our pharmacist is found to be innocent of breaching patient confidentiality. The investigation has produced a fair result. However, it turns out the only option for the managers presiding over the disciplinary proceedings was to dismiss or give a written warning. The pharmacist is issued with a written warning.
In the context of the pharmacist being proved innocent is it fair that she was issued with a written warning?
- Yes 6%
- No 94%
Is it reasonable for the pharmacist to resign at this stage and make a claim for constructive dismissal?
- Yes 84%
- No 16%