Worthingtons Review of Recent NI Decisions: Harassment and Sex Discrimination

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 9 July 2013





Worthingtons Commercial Solicitors in Belfast have agreed to write an email every two months exclusively for Legal-Island email subscribers. These emails cover what, in the opinion of the writers, are the recent Northern Ireland employment cases that will most interest employment law practitioners.

Today’s e-mail covers two recent Tribunal decisions involving harassment and sex discrimination claims.

* In the first case, the Tribunal accepted that the comments complained of had in fact been made. It did not consider that they objectively amounted to harassment but awarded £7,500 injury to

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This article is correct at 06/08/2015
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