‘Protected’ and ‘without prejudice’ conversations - what is the difference?

October 19, 2018

A ‘protected conversation’ is different from a ‘without prejudice’ conversation. Both allow employers and employees to have conversations that are not on the record, generally with a view to agreeing an exit.

What is the difference and when should you use them? The two articles below provide further information.


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