||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 250 (Nov)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Burke QC, Mr D Jenkins, Mr J Mallender
||Georgina Hirsch (instructed by Russell Jones & Walker) for the employee.
||David Craig (instructed by Kingsley Napley Ltd) for the employer.
||3 July 2012
Employment Tribunal - Procedure - Decision - Employee bringing claims against employer alleging sex discrimination, victimisation and harassment - Employment tribunal dismissing claims - Tribunal ordering employee to pay employer's costs - Employee appealing - Whether tribunal failing to take relevant factors into account - Whether tribunal erring in law.
Employment Tribunal Procedure. The Employment Appeal Tribunal, in dismissing the employee's appeal against an award of costs against it following the dismissal by the employment tribunal (the tribunal) of claims for sex discrimination, victimisation, harassment and unpaid accrued holiday pay, held, inter alia, that the tribunal had not been shown to have committed any error either in terms of reaching its findings of fact or in the exercise of its discretion.
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