October 2008
People Management;10/30/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 22, p39
The article focuses on a report from Citizens Advice which found that one in 10 successful tribunal claimants are never paid the money they are awarded. This highlights the lack of power that tribunals have in enforcing judgments. According to David Harker, chief executive of Citizens Advice, the ability of rogue employers to ignore tribunal judgments is grossly unfair. Station supervisor Tom Mahoney has won a claim of racial discrimination against London Underground after his allegation of bullying against a black employee was not investigated.


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