The reputation and career of a talented young Jersey doctor has been "totally destroyed" at the hands of the hospital management team.
That's according to a damning report by the States Complaints Board, who say the Hospital's decision to sack Consultant Amar Alwitry before he had even started his job was "unjust, oppressive and discriminatory".
Dr Alwitry was given a contract as a Consultant Ophthalmologist in August 2012 but the offer was withdrawn three months later.
The States Complaints Board say he was treated in an "appallingly shabby way" and should get compensation.
In response, the States Employment Board say: