A round-up of links to news items on employment tribunal rulings in the week beginning 14 May 2012, including an employment tribunal awarding £10,000 to a barmaid who was told by a manager that she should wear a push-up bra to enhance her cleavage.
Barmaid wins £10,000 over push-up bra demand (on the Daily Telegraph website) A barmaid who was told to wear a push-up bra to increase custom at the pub where she worked has won £10,000 compensation for sex discrimination.
£41,000 payout for Kinson teacher who suffered discrimination (on the Bournemouth Echo website) A teacher who won a case for disability discrimination and unfair dismissal against a Bournemouth school has been awarded £41,000 in compensation.
Sacked while I was off sick: top doctor wins payout from NHS (on the Bournemouth Echo website) A senior hospital doctor's 37-year career with the NHS ended when he was unfairly sacked while off sick.
Sedgley betting shop manager loses compensation claim (on the Dudley News website) A Sedgley betting shop manager who complained he was victimised over being transferred to another branch, has lost a compensation claim for unfair dismissal after he failed to attend a Birmingham tribunal hearing.
Blanchelande pulls out of employment tribunal at last minute (on the This Is Guernsey website) A Blanchelande College junior school art teacher won her unfair dismissal case after the school decided against contesting the claim.
Legal watchdog blasted by employment tribunal over unfair sacking of employee (on the Daily Record website) A lawyer who sits on the legal profession's disciplinary panel has been slated by a tribunal after unfairly sacking a solicitor.
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