Employment Memo

 CHAPTER 13  Whistleblowing 

Legislation protects workers who, out of a sense of public duty, reveal serious employer misconduct (ERA 1996 as amended by the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998. Claims based on the Public Interest Disclosure Act are often referred to as PIDA claims). Such workers are often termed whistleblowers. In these circumstances, whistleblowing takes precedence over and above a worker's private contractual and common law duties of confidentiality to their employer (ΒΆ2400). Furth...

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