The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that the primary question to be asked when considering bad faith for the purposes of a victimisation claim is the employee’s honesty.   The employee, in this case, was a trainee surgeon. Various issues…

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The Court of Appeal has held that the fairness of a dismissal should be judged by the decision-maker’s knowledge, not what they ought to have known.

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The Court of Appeal has considered for the first time the meaning of the public interest test in the whistleblowing legislation.

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Regulations requiring ‘prescribed persons’ to produce annual reports of whistleblowing disclosures are expected to come into force on 1 April.

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      The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a District Judge who was an office holder did not also work under a contract for services or a contract of employment and was not, therefore, a worker entitled to…

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