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We look at the disability discrimination case of Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey.
The Court of Appeal has held that an employer’s discriminatory conduct towards a disabled employee did not entitle the employee to refuse to carry out the work provided.
Secret cameras in the workplace could be breaching the European Convention on Human Rights. Are you complying?
We look at fixed term contracts and how just following the regulations may not be enough.
Workers who are whistleblowers have protection from dismissal and detriment (being treated badly) because they blew that whistle on their employers.
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