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Whistleblowing: information and allegations - the truth lies somewhere in between

United Kingdom - July 4 2018 In Kilraine v London Borough of Wandsworth the Court of Appeal was asked to examine the requirement for a disclosure of information to be made as part...

You can go your own way - the EAT explores serious misconduct dismissals

United Kingdom - July 4 2018 Two recent EAT cases have considered the fairness of dismissals of employees who had clean disciplinary records and in the absence of a single gross...

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Constructive dismissal

United Kingdom - May 30 2018 Breaches of contract which have been affirmed by the employee can be revived by a later breach Employers beware - the recent Court of Appeal decision...

Variation of contract: acceptance must be unequivocal

United Kingdom - May 30 2018 In Abrahall & Others v. Nottingham City Council & another, the Court of Appeal was asked to consider the circumstances in which an employee could be...

Turning the tables - The EHRC publishes recommendations on sexual harassment

United Kingdom - May 3 2018 In the wake of recent sexual harassment scandals and MeToo, the EHRC has published its findings on a survey of those affected by sexual harassment in...