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Category Archives: Whistleblowing
For a worker to make a qualifying protected disclosure they must disclose information in the reasonable belief that a wrongdoing has already taken place, is currently taking place or is likely to take the place in the future (Employment Rights … Continue reading
LLPs are not the same as partnerships and in the legal world these are becoming much more popular than the traditional partnerships. In a recent whistleblowing case, Bates van Winkelhof v Clyde & Co LLP , an LLP partner sought … Continue reading
Simon Stevens, the new head of the NHS, and the health secretary Jeremy Hunt, face growing pressure to protect 1.4 million health service workers from ruining their careers and livelihoods if they raise concerns over poor care. Six former staff … Continue reading
In Norbrook Laboratories (GB) Ltd v Shaw the EAT has held that a manager’s concerns about employees driving in snowy conditions could amount to a ‘qualifying disclosure’ about health and safety for the purpose of whistleblowing protection, despite being expressed … Continue reading
On 25th June 2013 the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act (ERRA) 2013 introduced legislative reforms in whistleblowing. Employers should immediately update their policies to take account of these changes. The ERRA 2013 made the following changes: Disclosures of wrongdoing must … Continue reading