Andrews v Bryson Charitable Group Posted In: Case Law
Decision NumberNICA 26
Legal BodyNI Court of Appeal (NICA)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionWhistleblowing (Protected Disclosures), Tribunal Practice, Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues
The claimant was employed from 2nd October 2018 until 29th June 2018 as a maternity cover.
The substance of the claim was that from the second day of her posting as Assistant Director of HR the claimant experienced behaviours and decisions of Senior Managers which caused concern. This related to financial probity and governance within the respondent. The claimant stated she was not protected adequately through the whistleblowing policy or through the grievance process.
The Appeal to the Court of Appeal was based upon the Tribunal’s decision to dismiss the suggestion that the dismissal of the grievance was due to unlawful detriment or less favourable
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