Connex victimised safety-conscious train driver
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Holden v Connex South Eastern Ltd  ET/2301550/00 (0 other reports)
In Holden v Connex South Eastern Ltd Case no.2301550/00, Croydon Employment Tribunal, 18/19 April 2002, the employment tribunal rules that a train company victimised and unfairly constructively dismissed one of its train drivers who had been a vigorous safety representative and had disclosed information on risks to public safety. The tribunal makes clear its disapproval of Connex's behaviour during the driver's employment and in its conduct of the case.