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Academic told he has no right to be ‘anti-PC’ | News | The Times

Academic told he has no right to be ‘anti-PC’ | News | The Times | Employment law | Scoop.it
A university lecturer has no legal right to defy political correctness, an employment tribunal has said in a ruling on his claim for unfair dismissal.Andrew Dunn, who is branch chairman for Ukip in Lincoln, went to the tribunal after being disciplined and then dismissed from his post as a senior lec
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Security guard was unfairly dismissed after submitting collective grievance letter

Security guard was unfairly dismissed after submitting collective grievance letter | Employment law | Scoop.it
Hospital acted in ‘bad faith’ by failing to investigate complaints, tribunal rules
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Postal worker was not unfairly dismissed after leave of absence and sick pay dispute

Postal worker was not unfairly dismissed after leave of absence and sick pay dispute | Employment law | Scoop.it
But lawyers says claim would have succeeded had he not continued working after raising grievances
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Theatre company in harassment case to face intervention from Equality Commission

Theatre company in harassment case to face intervention from Equality Commission | Employment law | Scoop.it
Following a tribunal in 2017, Rainbow Theatre Productions was ordered to pay £10,500 to Helen Haines, an actor in one of its shows, after the judgement found she was sexually harassed by colleagues while working for the theatre-in-education company
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University lecturer has 'no legal right to be anti-PC' after claims he was 'hounded out' by left-wing colleagues

University lecturer has 'no legal right to be anti-PC' after claims he was 'hounded out' by left-wing colleagues | Employment law | Scoop.it
A university lecturer does not have the right to be anti-PC, an employment judge has ruled, after he claimed that left-wing colleagues “hounded” him out.
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'We will finish the F****** T*** off': shocking, abusive email sent by top council officer that got him SACKED - Liverpool Echo

'We will finish the F****** T*** off': shocking, abusive email sent by top council officer that got him SACKED - Liverpool Echo | Employment law | Scoop.it

The officer said the expletive-ridden message was 'mimicry' of a 1960s comedy sketch, but was told it was 'abhorrent and totally unacceptable'
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Miss S Kulikauskaite v Graham Rose and Pamela Rose T/a R & B Services: S/4105572/17

Miss S Kulikauskaite v Graham Rose and Pamela Rose T/a R & B Services: S/4105572/17 | Employment law | Scoop.it
Employment Tribunal decision.
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No councillors attend union meeting over bullying and racism row at Hackney | Politics

No councillors attend union meeting over bullying and racism row at Hackney | Politics | Employment law | Scoop.it
Not one councillor turned up to a public meeting held by unions accusing the town hall of having a culture of bullying, racism and harassment.
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Ethiopian-born PCSO who claimed he suffered 'deep-seated and cunning racism' loses legal battle | Daily

Ethiopian-born PCSO who claimed he suffered 'deep-seated and cunning racism' loses legal battle | Daily | Employment law | Scoop.it
Tegegn Bayissa, (pictured) from Manchester, who is now unemployed, blamed colleagues’ prejudice for their refusal to let him patrol unattended.
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MPs call for FA to appear before parliament over Lucy Ward sex discrimination case

MPs call for FA to appear before parliament over Lucy Ward sex discrimination case | Employment law | Scoop.it
MPs have called for the Football Association to appear before parliament to explain their handling of one of the most high-profile and clear-cut sexual discrimination cases in the sport’s history - less than 18 months after the organisation had to appear there to explain its response to the Eni Aluko scandal.
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City worker, 27, sues firm over allegations her boss, 50, invited her to his room after a work party | Daily

City worker, 27, sues firm over allegations her boss, 50, invited her to his room after a work party | Daily | Employment law | Scoop.it
Executive director Frederic Michel-Verdier, 50, is said to have leered at Nathalie Abildgaard, 27 during an office party in Madrid as they celebrated closing a deal for Australian fund firm IFM. He denies it.
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News - Council racially discriminated against dismissed housing officer, tribunal finds

News - Council racially discriminated against dismissed housing officer, tribunal finds | Employment law | Scoop.it
Inside Housing, news, analysis, and comment about the social housing sector in the UK.
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Professor sacked for warning students they might be called 'gypos' on tour | Metro News

Professor sacked for warning students they might be called 'gypos' on tour | Metro News | Employment law | Scoop.it
A professor sacked by the Royal Academy of Music for referring to violinists as 'gypos' has launched a legal bid to get her job back after winning her employmen
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Exclusive: Former Leeds employee Lucy Ward accuses FA of failing to act in clear-cut sexual discrimination case 

Exclusive: Former Leeds employee Lucy Ward accuses FA of failing to act in clear-cut sexual discrimination case  | Employment law | Scoop.it
The Football Association has been accused of failing to act over one of the most high-profile and clear-cut sexual discrimination cases in the sport’s history as it emerged they had never even interviewed the victim - despite claiming to have undertaken an investigation from which they concluded an FA charge was not possible.
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Tribunal finds manager was unfairly and constructively dismissed during trust merger

Tribunal finds manager was unfairly and constructively dismissed during trust merger | Employment law | Scoop.it
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NDAs: Society warns public interest must come first | News

NDAs: Society warns public interest must come first | News | Employment law | Scoop.it
Practice note follows furore over attempts to gag whistleblowing former employees.
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Mental health trust manager George Garamukanwa fired from previous job | Cromer, Sheringham and North Walsham News

Mental health trust manager George Garamukanwa fired from previous job | Cromer, Sheringham and North Walsham News | Employment law | Scoop.it
A senior manager at the region’s mental health trust’s troubled crisis service was previously dismissed from another NHS organisation for gross misconduct, it can be revealed.
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Ms Anne Giwa Amu v Department for Work and Pensions: 1600465/2017

Ms Anne Giwa Amu v Department for Work and Pensions: 1600465/2017 | Employment law | Scoop.it
Employment Tribunal decision.
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Ex-employee describes 'cut-throat' culture at firm that fines sick staff | Society | The Guardian

Ex-employee describes 'cut-throat' culture at firm that fines sick staff | Society | The Guardian | Employment law | Scoop.it
Whistleblower says he quit Newcross Healthcare in disgust at its intense sales focus
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Teacher with disabilities after car crash was 'victimised' at 'culture of fear' primary school - Wales Online

Teacher with disabilities after car crash was 'victimised' at 'culture of fear' primary school - Wales Online | Employment law | Scoop.it

Chris Williams is the second teacher to have brought an employment tribunal against Alderman Davies Church in Wales School in Neath
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