Asian worker victimised for complaining about lay-off
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Sarai v (1) Calhoun and Kennaugh and (2) Calhoun Holdings Ltd  IT/44416/96 (0 other reports)
An Asian worker who received a written warning after complaining that the way in which the company selected its employees for lay-off was potentially racially discriminatory, was unlawfully victimised against, rules a Leeds industrial tribunal (Chair: C T Grazin) in Sarai v (1) Calhoun and Kennaugh and (2) Calhoun Holdings Ltd. It awards almost £4,000 compensation, including £2,500 for injury to feelings.