||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 143 (Jan)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Peter Clark, Mr D Norman and Mr P Parker
||6 December 2006
Sex discrimination - Employment - Discrimination against a woman - Employee female police sergeant alleging direct sex discrimination and victimisation - Employment tribunal upholding employee's complaints - Whether tribunal erring in its approach.
A respondent who acted honestly and reasonably to protect his position in outstanding proceedings would not be guilty of victimisation under the Sex Discrimination Act 1995. In the instant case, the employment tribunal had erred in law in deciding that by failing to make an apology to the employee the respondents had not acted honestly and reasonably to protect their position.
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