Emily Maitlis has said her “heart goes out” to colleague Samira Ahmed during her employment tribunal.
Presenter Samira Ahmed was cheered as she arrived at a tribunal where she will question why the BBC paid her less than a male colleague for what she said is a “very similar job”.
The Queen’s former surgeon broke down in tears yesterday as his letter of resignation was read out on the third day of an employment tribunal.
The Queen's former surgeon has denied telling colleagues he would "destroy careers" during a heated argument.
The Queen’s former surgeon has denied using derogatory language during an exchange with the chief executive of the north-east’s health board.
The employment tribunal into the dismissal of an Inverness baker concluded yesterday after a two-day hearing.
An Inverness baker has taken his former employer to tribunal, claiming he was unfairly dismissed from his role despite telling bosses he had depression.
A former charity boss has been awarded more than £15,000 compensation from her ex-employer.
The bosses of a former charity worker, who was sacked from her role helping people back into work, claim she previously admitted her wrongdoing.
The former boss of a charity dial-a-bus claims she was sacked after she moved cash to help safeguard the organisation.
A north-east charity boss has claimed there was clear evidence a former employee had divulged vulnerable people's personal information.
A former charity worker has claimed colleagues fabricated lies which ultimately led to her dismissal.
A former north-east charity worker, who was sacked from her role helping people back into work, claims she was unfairly victimised because of her mental health.
An employment tribunal has been urged to discount "conspiracy theories" about NHS bosses forcing a veteran surgeon out of his job.
A north-east bus driver sacked for swearing during a row with a colleague has lost his legal challenge to claim unfair dismissal.
A north-east bus driver has taken his former employer to a tribunal for unfair dismissal.
An employment tribunal which heard how pilots were allowed to fly unserviced aircraft out of a north training school on two occasions has unexpectedly finished a day early.
A whistleblower sacked after raising concerns about drug abuse and significant health and safety breaches on a major construction project fell victim to “character assassination”, a tribunal has ruled.
An Aberdeen oil tycoon has been accused of developing a “hodge-podge” of reasons to fire an employee who asked for paternity leave.
A north-east energy firm failed to properly investigate a whistleblower’s claims that staff were on drugs, a tribunal has heard.
A landmark Supreme Court ruling that fees charged to people bringing employment tribunal claims are unlawful is a blow to the UK Government and a triumph for democracy, a leading lawyer said yesterday.
A whistleblower has spoken of the moment he was left “covered in blood, crying and terrified” after being attacked in bed by a colleague.
A former council worker who claimed he was forced to quit his job because of "unfair" pressure from his bosses has lost his case.
A nurse who feels she was bullied into quitting her job at the north-east's flagship hospital claims she was the subject of a "witch hunt".
A tribunal has been told that staff at the north-east's flagship hospital are being bullied out of their jobs.
A former theatre nurse who is suing NHS Grampian has said a patient died after surgeons operated on the wrong side of the brain.
A nurse is suing NHS Grampian after quitting her job at the north-east's flagship hospital when her repeated concerns about cleanliness in operating theatres resulted in clashes with surgeons.
A north-east council worker has suggested his bosses tried to get him "out of the picture" rather than help him move jobs.
The boss of a north-east fish processing firm yesterday defended the decision to discipline an employee who spoke her native Polish at work.
A north lawyer who was sacked from her job following a near-fatal car crash has settled her case for unfair dismissal.
Tribunal asks boss to put himself in workers’ shoes after ‘banning Polish worker from speaking Polish’
The boss of a fish processing firm accused of race discrimination by imposing a controversial ban on speaking foreign languages was asked to put himself in the shoes of his workers yesterday.
A former Inverness fiscal who was sacked after causing a crash which nearly killed her, has won her case for unfair dismissal.