Source: All England Reporter
Publisher Citation: [2003] All ER (D) 264 (May)
Court: Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge:

Rimer J, Mr D Bleiman and Mr D Chadwick

Judgment Dates: 20 May 2003

Catchwords

Discrimination - Racial discrimination - Employment - Victimisation - Protected act - Employee complaining of incidents involving racial and cultural stereotyping - Employment tribunal deciding employee victimised in ways alleged - Correctness of decision - s 2(1)(d)

The Case

Although the Employment Appeal Tribunal had some difficulty in agreeing with the employment tribunal's conclusion that all five of the alleged remarks or acts complained of which the employee felt involved racial and cultural stereotyping could have amounted to unlawful contraventions of the it accepted that at least one of the complaints amounted to a protected act within s2(1)(d) and dismissed the employer's appeal against the conclusion that it had discriminated against her by way of victimisation.

Practice Areas

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