The case of the wasted time…

April 2007
Personnel Today;4/24/2007, p56
Trade Publication
The article reports that a claim of race and disability discrimination filed against Kirklees Borough Council in Great Britain has been struck out. This decision is reached after 49 days of hearing over a period of four-and-a-half years. In addition, the Employment Appeal Tribunal judgment has found the complainant to be an obdurate, recalcitrant and openly contemptuous person to deal with.


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