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UK Employment Tribunal Awards £3.2m To Woman Called “Crazy Miss Cokehead” By Colleagues

The woman who was called “Crazy Miss Cokehead” by her manager has been awarded nearly £3.2m by an Employment Tribunal for sexual harassment, reportedly including £44,000 for injury to feelings and a further £15,000 in aggravated damages. 962 more words

Labor & Employment

Contact Details for Additional Claimants / Witnesses/Evidence

We have now had preliminary meetings with our sponsors and their lawyers and are currently discussing individual and class actions against named organisations and named individuals. 37 more words

Employment Tribunal

Institutional Racism Lives On

If UKIP are to be believed there is no longer a problem with racism in UK society, let alone in employment. On that basis the ‘we’re not racist but …’ UKIP… 693 more words

Employment Tribunal

Tribunal Process

We are pleased to announce that we have now secured representation for a Tribunal.  For this reason, we are suspending all posts on this blog whilst the Tribunal process is ongoing. 43 more words

Employment Tribunal

Richard Lochhead to be named in Tribunal Action

A reliable source has informed us that a number of workers who believe they were discriminated against by Scottish Government and their agents in favour of cheaper Tier 2 workers on the Scottish SAF project plan to name Richard Lochhead, the then Agricultural Minister, in a planned tribunal action. 57 more words

Tier 2

Unions Threaten HP with Tribunal over ICT workers replacing redundant staff

The computer giant announced on Monday that it would cut a further 1,300 staff in Britain, as part of sweeping redundancies taking place worldwide. However, Unite the union has alleged HP could be abusing migrant worker law by using the intra-company transfer (ICT) system to transfer cheaper, foreign staff to Britain to replace those workers who are losing their jobs. 108 more words

Tier 2

Miriam O'Reilly Case confirms Freelancers can claim Discrimination

O`Reilly took the BBC to an employment tribunal claiming discrimination on the grounds of age, and won.

In actual fact the Miriam O’Reilly judgement should not come as a surprise to the freelance community as anti-discrimination guidance in the UK is often very broadly drafted. 131 more words