Where a worker suffered a psychiatric injury during the course of her employment at a nursing home. The appellant was a “worker” within the meaning of the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003 (the Act) and suffered an injury within the meaning of the Act. The issue in the hearing was whether her psychiatric injury arose out of, or in the course of, reasonable management action reasonably taken.
Scott McLeod QC appeared on behalf of, and was instructed by, the Workers’ Compensation Regulator.
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