Checklists are very necessary. They are used daily and in doing any project or managing any team’s tasks. Steven Levitt verifies this and said, “No matter how expert you may be, well-designed checklists can improve outcomes.”
Employers frequently suspect that serious misconduct has occurred but are unable to prove which employee or employees are responsible. Some case law has given the impression that, in such circumstances, group dismissals may be justified. This impression has been given by two important cases; those involving Score Supermarkets and Snip Trading.