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Whistleblowing: Claims against Health Education England

United Kingdom - October 5 2016 Trainee doctors who believe that they have suffered negative consequences at work for whistleblowing will now be able to issue a direct legal...

Ceri Fuller, Guy Bredenkamp, Alex Lock, Nick Chronias, Daniella McGuigan.

Tax: Taxation of termination payments to be changed

United Kingdom - September 6 2016 The government has published its response to its 2015 consultation on simplifying the taxation of termination payments, together with draft...

Ceri Fuller, Guy Bredenkamp, Alex Lock, Nick Chronias, Udara Ranasinghe, Katy Horner, Daniella McGuigan.

Disability discrimination: Pay protection may be a reasonable adjustment

United Kingdom - September 6 2016 Mr Powell was employed by G4S Cash Solutions (UK) Ltd (G4S) as an engineer responsible for maintaining cash point machines. He developed lower back...

Ceri Fuller, Guy Bredenkamp, Alex Lock, Nick Chronias, Udara Ranasinghe, Katy Horner, Daniella McGuigan.

Unfair dismissal: The role of HR in disciplinary investigations

United Kingdom - September 6 2016 Dr Dronsfield was an associate professor at the University of Reading. He was charged with having been in a relationship with a student who he had...

Ceri Fuller, Guy Bredenkamp, Alex Lock, Nick Chronias, Udara Ranasinghe, Katy Horner, Daniella McGuigan.

Whistleblowing: A worker can sue both the end user, as well as their employer, if the end user determines the terms of the engagement

United Kingdom - September 6 2016 Ms McTigue was a Forensic Nurse Examiner employed by an organisation called Tascor Medical Services Limited ("Tascor"). Tascor provided staff to, and...

Ceri Fuller, Guy Bredenkamp, Alex Lock, Nick Chronias, Udara Ranasinghe, Katy Horner, Daniella McGuigan.