The International University of Management (IUM) charged one of its lecturers, the appellant, with four charges of misconduct, namely, disrespectfulness, assault, insubordination and disobedience, and failure to follow policy procedures. During the internal disciplinary proceedings, the appellant was found guilty of the charges and was dismissed. Dissatisfied with the outcome of the disciplinary proceedings, the appellant referred a dispute for unfair dismissal to the office of the Labour Commissioner. During the arbitration proceedings, the appellant testified in his defence and called an additional witness, while IUM produced the evidence of six witnesses.
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