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Agency worker whose contract was cancelled hours after she disclosed her mental ill health was discriminated against, tribunal rules
60-year-old geophysicist whose boss called him a ‘pensioner’ and planned ways to ‘take him out’ was victim of discrimination and unfair dismissal, tribunal rules
Disabled woman told: ‘Don’t think you can swan in when you feel like it’ when seeking a phased return was constructively dismissed, tribunal rules
Tribunals alleging neurodiversity discrimination top 100 in a year – what can HR do about it?
Number of hybrid working tribunals rises by 50 per cent – what can HR do to avoid them?
Female hotel manager handed a 33 per cent pay cut during Covid was a victim of sex discrimination as two male managers only lost 25 per cent, tribunal rules
Judge vetoes use of polygraph at tribunal of waiter who quit after being told by her manager to ‘wear make-up’
£37k awarded to office manager who was told: ‘Everybody gets menopause – just get on with it’
Truck driver who was sacked then reinstated amid fuel-skimming claims told to pay ex-employer £21k after pursuing ‘perplexing’ bid for compensation
Veteran farm worker who injured himself at work but refused employer access to medical records was unfairly dismissed and discriminated against, tribunal rules
Tribunal tells retail chain to introduce new EDI training, particularly for ‘complacent’ managers, after it discriminated against a man with cerebral palsy
Cabinet Office, Glasgow, London, Sheffield
Wandsworth & Richmond Council, Richmond upon Thames, London (Greater)
Essity, Prudhoe, Northumberland
Gloucestershire College, Gloucester, Gloucestershire