Prison psychologist ‘found dismembered Barbie dolls by her car’ – Daily Telegraph

Posted December 8th, 2009 in constructive dismissal, intimidation, news, sex discrimination by sally

“A prison psychologist found dismembered Barbie dolls lying next to her car as part of a campaign of intimidation to drive her out of her job, a tribunal has heard.”

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Daily Telegraph, 8th December 2009

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Kevin Keegan awarded £2m for constructive dismissal by Newcastle – The Guardian

Posted October 2nd, 2009 in constructive dismissal, contract of employment, news, sport by sally

“Kevin Keegan has been awarded £2m plus interest after an independent arbitration panel found that he was constructively dismissed by Newcastle United in September 2008. Newcastle must pay the former England coach this compensation within seven days.”

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The Guardian, 2nd October 2009

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Claim against air firm dismissed – BBC News

Posted June 5th, 2009 in constructive dismissal, contracts, news, sex discrimination by sally

“A tribunal has dismissed a cabin crew boss’s claim that she was forced to employ only young, slim, single women to crew private aircraft.”

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BBC News, 5th June 2009

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Secretary called ‘bitch’ and made to scrub male toilets wins damages – Daily Telegraph

Posted February 18th, 2009 in constructive dismissal, news, sex discrimination by sally

“A secretary was awarded £9,000 in damages after she was branded a ‘bitch’ and ‘whore’ by her employer and made to scrub the male toilets.”

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Daily Telegraph, 18th February 2009

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Asian employee superimposed on to bin Laden cave picture sues company – Daily Telegraph

Posted November 7th, 2008 in constructive dismissal, news, race discrimination by sally

“Vinod Rajdev claims that colleagues at software provider Civica routinely taunted him and joked that he was an al-Qaeda terrorist ‘mastermind’.”

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Daily Telegraph, 7th November 2008

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Employment tribunals should punish the constructive dismissal, not the history – OUT-LAW.com

Posted February 6th, 2008 in constructive dismissal, damages, news by sally

“A victim of a constructive dismissal can only be compensated by an employment tribunal for damages relating to that actual dismissal, not for an employer’s bad behaviour leading up to it, the Court of Appeal has ruled.”

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OUT-LAW.com, 6th February 2008

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