Tag Archive: Whistleblowing

Non-disclosure agreement

When is a non-disclosure agreement appropriate?

The use of non-disclosure agreements, particularly in the context of allegations of sexual harassment, hasView Article

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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

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whistleblowing

Hidden reasons for dismissal

Dismissal of an employee will be automatically unfair if the main reason for the dismissalView Article

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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

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Sexual harassment

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

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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

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Whistleblowing

Personal motivation in whistleblowing claims

An employee has the right not to be subjected to any detriment on the groundView Article

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Whistleblowing: what did the decision maker know?

Dismissal of an employee will be automatically unfair if the reason for the dismissal isView Article

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Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing: what is in the public interest?

The Court of Appeal has given guidance on the issue of whether a disclosure isView Article

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Top Ten Employment Law Tips – download our presentation

Our presentation, Top Ten Employment Law Tips took place last week at the Bristol PavilionView Article

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