LAGOS STATE TRANSPORT CORPORATION AND NATIONAL UNION OF ROAD TRANSPORT WORKERS (NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL COURT) H ON. JUSTICE (CHIEF) P.A. ATILADE PRESIDENT DR O.I. ODUMOSU MEMBER S.O. KOKU,ESQ. MEMBER DR. E. C. IWUJI MEMBER ALHAJI Z.M. BELLO MEMBER SUIT NO: NIC/5/80 DATE OF JUDGEMENT MONDAY, 26th JULY, 1982. LABOUR LAW Warnings - Warnings issued to an employee -Where employee is later promoted - Whether the warning still outstanding against the employee thereafter. ISSUE: 1. What is a fair compensation for the improper determination of Mr. Omamogbo’s appointment? FACTS: There was a dispute between the Applicant and the Respondent arising from termination of employment of one Mr. Ambrose Omamogbo. The dispute was referred to the National Industrial Court, which made no award, recommended that the Applicant should compensate the employee by offering him a compensation for loss of career expectation. The Applicant then applied to the National Industrial Court to clarify or determine what the phrase "a fair compensation" means in the context of the case. HELD: (Directing payment of appropriate pension and gratuity to the affected workers): On Whether warning issued to an employee will be outstanding following employee's promotion - All warnings issued to an employee before his promotion will not be outstanding against the employee following or after the promotion.