A round-up of links to news items on employment tribunal rulings in the week beginning 2 July 2012, including an employment tribunal decision that a Muslim British Airways pilot who was sacked after he was linked to two suspected terrorists was not unfairly dismissed or discriminated against.
Muslim pilot linked to suspected terrorists loses case against BA (on the Independent website) A Muslim airline pilot sacked after he was linked to two suspected terrorists has lost his case against British Airways.
Crane worker amputee wins £38k for discrimination over disability (on the This Is Grimsby website) A crane operator has been awarded £38,000 in compensation after the firm he worked for refused to make it easy for him to return to work after having part of his leg amputated.
David Orbison wins constructive unfair dismissal case against Charity Commission (on the This Is Grimsby website) A senior case worker who resigned from the Charity Commission in 2010 after a dispute over an inquiry has won a claim for constructive unfair dismissal at the employment tribunal in Liverpool by a majority verdict.
Employment tribunal decisions reported on XpertHR that week
Acas conciliation: employer's email to claimant questioning her ability ever to gain promotion was victimisation
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