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£16,000 for flawed drug investigation

The tribunal has awarded an employee over £16,000 having ruled that the employer conducted a flawed drug investigation. Where did the employer in this case go wrong and what should you never do?

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Flexible working refused - that’s £35,000!

An employee at the Department for Work and Pensions, who was refused a flexible working arrangement, has been awarded £35,677 compensation by the tribunal. Why was the award so high and what must you not do? More...
Last updated: 24.05.2019

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