Whistleblowing - the law in NI regarding without prejudice conservations?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 5 October 2018
Q: Can you clarify the law in NI regarding without prejudice conservations?
Seamus: Yeah. Well, maybe just before that, I'd maybe just mention that I suppose, my advice tends to be in those circumstances where you have the holiday issues arising, it's maybe a little tricky from the employer's side, but often, I will say the employer's instructions are, "I don't want to pay the holidays. We've paid PILON and we don't want to do it." Often, my advice will just be, "Well, don't pay it and wait to see if the employee comes back and makes the request. If the employee makes the request, let's give it some consideration then at that point."
Often, you'll find the employee doesn't come back
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