Secret recordings of private disciplinary and grievance discussions admissible in tribunal
In Punjab National Bank [UKEAT/0003/14], the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that covert recordings by an employee of her disciplinary and grievance hearing and the private deliberations of the panels were admissible as evidence in her claim for sexual harassment, sex discrimination and constructive unfair dismissal…
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