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Top five employment law cases of 2019
As another year draws to an end, we pick our top five important employment lawView Article Read more
Hidden reasons for dismissal
Dismissal of an employee will be automatically unfair if the main reason for the dismissalView Article Read more
Is an allegation of defamation a protected disclosure under whistleblowing provisions?
In order to be protected against detriment or dismissal under whistleblowing legislation, an employee mustView Article Read more
Top five employment law developments of 2018
It has been another busy year for employers and HR professionals with a number ofView Article Read more
Sexual harassment in the workplace – Employment law update on 22 January 2019
WITH MASTERCLASS ON AVOIDING AND DEALING WITH SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE THE BARN ATView Article Read more
Can an individual be personally liable for a whistleblowing dismissal?
An employee has the right not to be subjected to a detriment for making aView Article Read more
Personal motivation in whistleblowing claims
An employee has the right not to be subjected to any detriment on the groundView Article Read more
Whistleblowing: what did the decision maker know?
Dismissal of an employee will be automatically unfair if the reason for the dismissal isView Article Read more
Whistleblowing: what is in the public interest?
The Court of Appeal has given guidance on the issue of whether a disclosure isView Article Read more
Whistleblowing: employee’s complaint about working conditions could be a protected disclosure
Ms Morgan worked for the Royal Mencap Society (Mencap), a charity. She brought claims inView Article Read more