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Mr A Leader vs Leeds City Council
Employers can be held liable for the actions committed by an employee during their employment, this can include bullying, harassment and discriminatory behaviour.
Ms J Prewett vs Greene King
If complaints of sexual harassment arise in the workplace, it is important for employers to remember that an alleged harasser’s behaviour can be considered sexual harassment regardless of whether that was their intention or not.
Mr B Kuppala vs HBOS
When looking at an employee’s performance, it is important to consider if an existing health condition or disability may be having an impact on their work before proceeding with dismissal or redundancy.
Lehla Aboulossoud vs Eltham Crematorium
To make a discrimination claim an employee does not necessarily need to have been a direct victim of bullying or harassment or have the protected characteristic to which the discriminatory behaviour or harassment was being directed against.