Case Note 89291 [2006] NZ PrivCmr 17 – Complainant’s embarrassment at former colleague’s revelations

The complainant used to work for a university. He complained that a former co-worker (the colleague) had disclosed personal information about him to his new employer. The complainant asserted that, as a result of the disclosure, his new employer distrusted him, workplace relations were soured and he eventually resigned. He wanted a significant financial settlement from the university.

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