In Ibrahim v HCA International Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that the worker's complaint that false rumours had been spread about him is an allegation of defamation and a disclosure of information that tends to show a breach of a legal obligation under the whistleblowing provisions.
NHS vacancies are running at more than 90,000 per quarter, newly released statistics reveal.
Even with the extra funding announced in the health service's Long Term Plan, NHS trusts are unlikely to meet performance targets because of difficulties recruiting staff.
With the Court of Appeal due to hear the appeal against the High Court decision in Agoreyo that the suspension of a teacher was a repudiatory breach of contract, consultant editor Darren Newman looks at the issue of suspension when it relates to safeguarding concerns.
This article looks at the framework providing protection to staff transferring out of and between local authorities, in addition to that provided by TUPE.
The number of City vacancies has plummeted by almost 40%, with the financial services sector still stuck in limbo over how to adapt ahead of Brexit.
Staff at a Shropshire hospital trust being investigated over a high number of baby deaths have reported a culture of bullying and harassment, a report has revealed.
Business campaigners have called for a radical shake-up to rules governing the immigration of workers at all skill levels.
While Theresa May was yesterday making her statement to the House of Commons chamber on the Brexit withdrawal agreement, health sector representatives were hearing a message of sobering potency in a neighbouring side room.
In Wood v Durham County Council, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that the employee's tendency to steal was a manifestation of his disability and an excluded condition under the Equality Act 2010 (Disability) Regulations 2010.
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