In Jagex Ltd v McCambridge, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the employee had not acted in breach of contract or committed gross misconduct when he shared pay information with a colleague, after he found a document left on a printer containing the senior executive's salary.
In Retirement Security Ltd v Wilson, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the employer's "flawed" disciplinary investigation entitled the claimant to resign and successfully claim constructive dismissal.
In Ward v Fiducia Comprehensive Financial Planning Ltd, an employment tribunal upheld a claim for constructive unfair dismissal, finding that the employer had put inappropriate and excessive pressure on the employee to agree to an extended restrictive covenant following his resignation.
Updated to include a reference to Shanks v Unilever plc and others, in which the Supreme Court considered an employee's entitlement to compensation for a patented invention made during the course of employment.
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