|Source:||All England Reporter|
|Publisher Citation:|| All ER (D) 323 (Oct)|
|Court:||Employment Appeal Tribunal|
|Judge:||Judge Ansell, Mrs C Baelz and Ms G Mills|
|Judgment Dates:||22 October 2004|
Employment – Unfair dismissal – Protected disclosure – Employer and employee entering into compromise agreement – Employee presenting complaint founded on protected disclosures – Employment tribunal finding employee entitled to present complaint – Correctness of decision – ss 47B, 203.
The employer’s appeal against the employment tribunal’s decision that the compromise agreement had not precluded the employee from pursuing his complaints under s47B of the was allowed on the basis, inter alia, the employee’s s47B complaints had been compromised by the agreement he entered into with the employer.
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