A round-up of links to news items on employment tribunal rulings in the week beginning 27 February 2012, including a Credit Suisse trader who claimed that his boss told him to "pull himself together" when he complained of feeling suicidal losing his tribunal claim.
Credit Suisse trader loses employment tribunal (on the Daily Telegraph website) A Credit Suisse trader who claimed his boss told him to pull himself together when he complained of feeling suicidal has lost his tribunal claim.
Pub manager called black employee "Sooty" (on the Daily Telegraph website) A pub manageress called a black employee "Sooty" and forced him to stand under a light while she spoke to him, a race discrimination tribunal heard.
Manchester hospital unions' sickness pay cut victory (on the BBC website) Moves by a Manchester NHS trust to dock staff pay if they take too much sick leave have been overturned by an employment tribunal.
Parking ticket whistleblower receives £20,000 payout (on the BBC website) A traffic warden who highlighted unfair parking quotas being used in Kensington and Chelsea has been awarded £20,000 for being unfairly dismissed.
Ex-staff victorious in tribunal battle (on the Weston Mercury website) Seen former employees of a Weston firm could be in line for thousands of pounds in compensation after winning a claim for unfair dismissal.
Hospital hit by mega legal bill (on the Milton Keynes Citizen website) Cash-strapped Milton Keynes Hospital could face an auditor's investigation after blowing £284,000 on losing a single claim of unfair dismissal.
Liverpool civil servant forced out of job by racist colleagues (on the Click Liverpool website) A civil servant was hounded out of her job in Liverpool after racist bigots planted a picture of a golliwog on her desk, an employment tribunal has found.
Sacked gym boss gets €300,000 (on the Irish Independent website) A former general manager of one of Ireland's most exclusive leisure centres was yesterday awarded €300,000 for unfair dismissal.
Employment tribunal decisions reported on XpertHR that week
Male employee was sexually harassed by a male colleague's "how's it hanging?" greeting
Employee asked to remove necklace from view did not suffer religious discrimination
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