Article Database - Topic: 'Whistleblowing' - Keyword: 'Whistleblowing'

 
£22,000 plus two years’ salary for whistleblowing Publication date: 17.09.2020
Article database » Whistleblowing » Whistleblowing
An employee who alerted her employer to potentially unlawful working practices has been awarded £22,000 plus two years’ salary by the tribunal. What must you not do if an employee blows the whistle?
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£100,000 to shop your business? Publication date: 05.04.2017
Article database » Whistleblowing » Whistleblowing
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is offering employees a reward of up to £100,000 to whistleblow on their employer. Can you prohibit staff from contacting the CMA?
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Whistleblowing about personal working area Publication date: 10.05.2016
Article database » Health and safety » Miscellaneous
In Morgan v Royal Mencap Society 2016 the employee claimed that her complaint about a cramped personal working area was a protected disclosure under whistleblowing legislation. Did the Employment Appeal Tribunal agree?
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Whistleblowing and the public interest test Publication date: 29.05.2015
Article database » Whistleblowing » Whistleblowing
In order to succeed in a whistleblowing claim, one of the things an employee must show is that it meets the public interest test. What must they do to demonstrate this?
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The Employment and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 Publication date: 17.05.2013
Article database » Employment tribunals » Tribunal procedure
After much Parliamentary to-ing and fro-ing, the Employment and Regulatory Reform Bill finally received Royal Assent on April 25. What are its key changes and when will they come into force?
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Whistleblowing to “SFO Confidential” Publication date: 30.11.2011
Article database » Whistleblowing » Whistleblowing
The Serious Fraud Office has recently launched “SFO Confidential”. This new service allows an employee to “whistleblow” if they have any suspicions about bribery. There’s a big risk here, so what should you do now?
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What is an “automatic unfair dismissal”? Publication date: 05.05.2011
Article database » Discrimination » Discrimination
Every employee has protection against “automatic unfair dismissal” from day one of employment. Unfortunately, over the years, this particular right has caught many employers out - so what is the main risk area?
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Employees fiddle £2.1 billion in expenses Publication date: 07.04.2010
Article database » Whistleblowing » Whistleblowing
Research has revealed that employers reimburse their staff nearly £9 billion in expenses every year. But £2.1 billion of that comes from fraudulent claims, which their colleagues turn a blind eye to. How can you combat this problem?
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Proving the disclosure Publication date: 05.04.2007
Article database » Whistleblowing » Whistleblowing
The public interest disclosure provisions protect employees from dismissal etc. on the grounds they’ve made a protected disclosure. What’s the latest case have to say on the subject?
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