Famojuro v Boots Management Services Ltd & Anor [2023]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Decision Number
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    Employment Tribunal (ET)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
Issues covered: Race Discrimination; Harassment


The claimant, a black Nigerian, was employed by the respondent as a relief pharmacistThis was initially for 9 hours per week and was reduced to 7 hours per weekHe also worked as a locum for other employers.  

The case relates to the events of 18th July 2020.   He was assigned to work at a branch in Wickford, EssexCovid restrictions were in place at the time and only one family unit was allowed in the store at one timeThe claimant was in charge on that day.   The claimant asked the other two workers if they would help with filing bagged itemsHowever, they stated it was not their job. The claimant

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This article is correct at 27/11/2023

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