Whistleblowing – Information or Allegation? Guideline Ruling

Workers who disclose information in the public interest are entitled to protection as whistle-blowers – but what exactly qualifies as ‘information’ within the meaning of the Employment Rights Act 1996? The Court of Appeal has considered that issue in a guideline case. What happened? A local education authority employee claimed to have suffered detrimental treatment…

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Don’t Launch Employment Proceedings Without Legal Advice

Two reasons why you should always seek legal advice before launching employment proceedings are; that strict time limits apply and that a failure to properly focused your claims at the outset can results in all or some of them being dismissed without a hearing. A case concerning a Sales Executive who was dismissed shortly after…

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Employee Disloyalty- A Well Drafted Contract Makes All the Difference!

Every sensible business owner is aware that today’s trusted employee may become tomorrow’s competitor. However, as a High Court ruling showed, with the right legal advice and professionally drafted employment contracts, powerful steps can be taken to discourage disloyalty. The case concerned a company that specialised in providing sports-related tours and holidays. Following a breakdown…

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