Mary Murphy v Dr John Wilson, Dr Kathy Ferguson & Dr Louise Beck P/A Victoria SurgeryPosted In: Case Law
Legal BodyNorthern Ireland Industrial Tribunal (NIIT)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal
The claimant complained that she had been unfairly dismissed by the respondent, by way of constructive dismissal, arising out of the respondent’s handling of a grievance raised by her relating to an alleged incident of bullying and harassment. The claimant was a Practice Manager at a GP surgery who initially raised a number of issues in regard to another employee’s conduct. She claimed she felt unsafe and threatened due to the aggressive conduct of said employee. Based on legal advice from the BMA the respondent did not initiate disciplinary proceedings against the other employee, who then subsequently made a formal grievance based on the conduct of the claimant. Mediation between the two
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