||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 139 (Mar)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
||The employee appeared in person.
||Jacques Algazy (instructed by Norbrook Laboratories Ltd, Newry) for the employer.
||24 January 2014
Employment - Confidential information - Employment - Protected disclosure - Employee writing three emails to employer raising concerns about danger posed by employees' driving in snow - Employee being dismissed - Employee claiming emails amounting to protected disclosure and alleging unfair dismissal - Employment tribunal holding emails could amount to protected disclosure - Employer appealing -Whether tribunal erring - .
Employment Confidential information. The Employment Appeal Tribunal, in dismissing the employer's appeal, held that, on the facts, the employment tribunal had not erred in holding that three emails from an employee to an employer, taken together, could amount to a qualifying disclosure within the meaning of of the Employment Rights Act 1996.
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