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    Bashir whistleblower could be in line for compensation

    The graphic designer who was asked to fake invoices by Martin Bashir in order to secure an interview with Princess Diana could receive compensation from the BBC. The post Bashir whistleblower could be in line for compensation appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    EY drops appeal against whistleblower judgment

    EY has dropped its appeal against a judgment ordering it to pay $10.8m to a whistleblower who raised money laundering concerns. The post EY drops appeal against whistleblower judgment appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    Deloitte D&I champion resigns over bullying allegations

    Chris Batson / Alamy Stock Photo Deloitte’s diversity and inclusion champion has resigned following allegations that she bullied staff at the ‘Big Four’ accounting firm. Dimple Agarwal, the firm’s deputy chief executive and managing partner of its People and Purpose group, is facing an internal investigation into claims that she “communicated aggressively” and told colleagues […] More

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    Nurse who blew whistle on race-based shift allocation wins £26k compensation

    The nurse brought a claim against Barts health NHS Trust chrisdorney / Shutterstock.com A paediatric nurse who complained about alleged racial discrimination and was banned from booking shifts as a result has been awarded £26,000 in compensation by an employment tribunal. A tibunal at the East London Hearing Centre found that Miss Panahian-Jand, a bank […] More

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    Tube driver injured at work was unfairly dismissed

    Photo: Shutterstock A Tube driver was unfairly dismissed by London Underground after it accused her of dishonestly claiming she had been injured at work. Employment judge Gardiner at East London Hearing Centre heard Lisa Stewart maintain she had dislocated her knee in the driver’s cab shortly before setting off down the train to intervene in […] More

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    Imperial College top executives under scrutiny for bullying

    A motion of no confidence has already been passed in respect of the two leaders at Imperialdavid pearson / Alamy Stock Photo Two university leaders are under formal investigation by the Office for Students after accusations of bullying staff. Alice Gast, president of Imperial College London, and Muir Sanderson, its chief financial officer, had previously […] More

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    Tesco manager sacked for restraining thief wins £43k

    The incident happened at an undiclosed Tesco storr. Photo: Linus Boman/Shutterstock A manager of a Tesco store fired for manhandling a shoplifter has been awarded £43,100 for unfair dismissal at the employment tribunal. Mr El Gorrou, 60, who had provided the supermarket giant with “20 years of blemish-free service”, was summarily dismissed for “initiating and […] More

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    Worker wins race discrimination claim at curry supplier

    Sorby was told he could not cook Asian food properly because he was BritishShutterstock A man who worked for a curry supplier has won a race discrimination claim after being told he did not understand recipes because he was white. Mr Sorby worked for Bradford Management Services at Mumtaz Foods in Bradford, which supplies meals […] More

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