Collins v Club 24 Ltd t/a Ventura

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This was an application under rule 3(10). The Claimant made a number of complaints including unfair dismissal, failure to make payment in respect of notice, deduction from wages and having been subjected to detriments on the ground that she made a public interest disclosure. The principal issue was whether there was a constructive Unfair Dismissal. The Tribunal rejected all the Claimant‟s complaints and she subsequently appealed. The Tribunal dismissed the allegation that detriments had been imposed on the Claimant for making a public interest disclosure, as the Tribunal held that there was no detriment. There was no allegation of breach of legal duty

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This article is correct at 13/01/2012

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