Woodhouse v West North West Homes Leeds Ltd [2013] UKEAT 0007_12_0506

Posted in: Case Law
  • Case Reference
    UKEAT 0007_12_0506
  • Legal Body
    Employment Appeal Tribunal (UKEAT)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Discrimination and Equality
Issues covered: Race Discrimination; Victimisation

The Claimant was a serial litigant. In four years, he made ten internal grievances with his employer and also lodged seven Employment Tribunal claims against them. Most of these allegations were found to be without any proper evidential basis or any grounds for the Claimant’s suspicion. Eventually, the employer dismissed the Claimant due to an alleged breakdown in trust and confidence. The employer made clear to the Claimant that while his allegations of discrimination had been taken seriously and investigated thoroughly, they would not be taken forward. The employer also believed it could

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This article is correct at 07/06/2013
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