A Store and a Worker  EDA163Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyLabour Court
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality, Policies and Procedures
The complainant was employed by a major retailer as a general operative/sales assistant who worked exclusively at night stacking shelves. Two male workers performed similar duties in an adjacent aisle. It is the behaviour of these male workers, one in particular, that is the subject of the complaint. The complainant raised her difficulties with her manager on occasion but eventually she reported her difficulties directly to HR. The manager had a diary in which he recorded serious incidents but none of the incidents complained of by the complainant were recorded in it.
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