ET3 grounds for resisting claim—detriment: protected disclosure to a prescribed person

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ET3 grounds for resisting claim—detriment: protected disclosure to a prescribed person

[Insert in para 6.1 of claim form ET3:]

    1. 1

      [It is denied that the[ First] Respondent subjected the Claimant to a detriment within the meaning of the Employment Rights Act 1996, s 47B(1) AND/OR that the[ Second] Respondent subjected the Claimant to a detriment within the meaning of the Employment Rights Act 1996, s 47B(1A)] as alleged or at all, or that the Claimant is entitled to the relief claimed, or any relief.

    1. 2

      It is denied that the Claimant made his disclosure to the [Office of Fair Trading] reasonably believing it to be true. He knew that there had been a single instance where a customer had been overcharged because of an oversight in altering the price ticket on an item, and that when the customer had complained, the matter had been corrected and he was refunded the difference. As a result all staff had been instructed by the General Manager to take the utmost care to ensure that goods were accurately priced. It was therefore incorrect for the Claimant to inform the [Office of Fair Trading] that there was widespread inaccuracy in the pricing of goods at the Respondent's store, and he cannot reasonably have believed this to be true. Moreover, as the Claimant was at the time in dispute with the Respondent over

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