Employment tribunal decisions in the headlines 02.04.12 to 08.04.12: police detective wins disability discrimination claim

A round-up of links to news items on employment tribunal rulings in the week beginning 2 April 2012, including a police detective with progressive hearing loss who successfully argued that Warwickshire Police discriminated against her by not doing more to help her with the disability.

Detective wins disability discrimination claim against Warwickshire Police (on the Coventry Telegraph website) A female detective has won a compensation claim for disability discrimination against Warwickshire Police.


Birmingham carer wins tribunal after blowing whistle on “neglect” (on the Birmingham Mail website) A woman who claimed that she was forced out of her job as a carer after blowing the whistle on “neglect” of patients has won her employment tribunal.

Victim of sex pest doctor Chuma Igbokwe left “close to suicide” (on the Wales Online website) Sex pest victim Vanessa Turley has revealed how her treatment by her boss left her close to downing a deadly cocktail of pills and vodka.

The teacher who took six years off on full pay after lying about injury (on the Daily Mail website) A teacher who lied about an accident at work and took six years off sick on full pay has been lambasted by an employment judge.

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