month in tribunals

August 2010
Employers Law;Aug2010, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses the employment tribunal (ET) rulings on important workplace cases in Great Britain. In Vohra v. Kader t/a Bombay Stores, an ET decided that BS' failure to address a manager's unacceptable treatment of a female Sikh employee was sex and racial discrimination. In McDonough v. Bagnall UK Ltd., an ET ruled that the plaintiff's dismissal for gross misconduct was unfair. In Harris v. Truckcraft Bodies Ltd., an ET found that the respondent had an implied contractual right to dismiss the plaintiff.


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