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Dismissal because of the manner in which an employee pursues
whistle-blowing complaints (‘protected disclosures’), rather than the fact that
the complaints were made, can be fair.
P made various whistle-blowing complaints most of which were
upheld. Thereafter, he continued to pursue the matter as he was not satisfied
with the action taken. He did not accept any answer other than the answer he
sought and would not let any matter drop if he did not get the result he
wanted. This behaviour went on for years. He became unmanageable. He was
A tribunal, upheld by the EAT, found his dismissal
fair. The reason for the dismissal was not the ‘protected disclosures’ but the
way he had pursued his complaints.