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Covert Recordings of Grievance and Disciplinary HearingsAugust 29, 2014

In a further case on the admissibility as evidence before the Employment Tribunal (ET) of an employee's covert recordings of grievance and disciplinary hearings, the...

Policeman Sacking Case Reaches Employment Appeals TribunalAugust 18, 2014

A whistleblowing ex-policeman was sacked not because of his protected disclosures but due to his pursuit of complaints in a way that was 'sufficient to...

Does the Equality Act of 2010 protect Ex-employees from victimisation?August 13, 2014

The Equality Act 2010 contains measures that protect employees from victimisation for having made a complaint of unlawful discrimination, but does that protection extend to...

Whistleblowing – Government Consults on Annual Reporting by Prescribed PersonsAugust 6, 2014

The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill, which is currently before Parliament, contains provisions enabling the Secretary of State to require prescribed persons to report...

Government Abolishes the Sick Pay Reclaim SchemeJuly 16, 2014

The Government's decision to abolish, with effect from 6 April 2014, the statutory sick pay (SSP) percentage threshold scheme, whereby employers could, in certain circumstances,...

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