Whistleblowing victimisation: EAT rules on correct causation test
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Fecitt and others v NHS Manchester  IRLR 111 EAT (2 other reports)
whistleblowing | victimisation | test for causation
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that, where an employee has made a protected disclosure and suffered a detriment, the employer must prove that the detriment was "in no sense whatsoever" on the ground of the protected disclosure.