A judgement has been issued in the first case to reach the decision process under the Employment (Bullying at Work) Act 2014. The various claims brought before the Industrial Tribunal included allegations of bullying and victimisation in the workplace. The judgement is important in that the statute is a ‘Gibraltar-born animal’ and outside the Act no statutory definition of ‘bullying’ exists. Moreover, there is no equivalent of the Act in England & Wales and no guidance is to be had from previous case law. The judgement will, no doubt, be the first of many dealing with this relatively new and untested piece of legislation.

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Bullying at Work, Gibraltar - Tribunal Case Note