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The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 (the Act) came into force on 2 July 1999 and gave legal protection to employees against being dismissed or victimised by their employers in consequence of reporting malpractices. Whilst it is a fundamental term of every contract of employment that an employee will faithfully serve his/her employer and not disclose confidential information about the employer’s affairs, the Act gives employees the right to make certain types of disclosures and the right to bring legal action in respect of any consequent victimisation
From: Human Resources
As part of: Working Here