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Ex-employee victimised

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    Humberstone v (1) MacFadyen and (2) University of Southampton [1996] IT/12043/95 (0 other reports)

In Humberstone v (1) MacFadyen and (2) University of Southampton a Southampton industrial tribunal (Chair: D N Cowling) holds that a former employee who was not shortlisted for a vacancy was unlawfully victimised because she had brought a grievance alleging sex discrimination when she was previously employed.

Dr Humberstone was employed as assistant director of Southampton University's physical education department from 1980 to 1990 when she took voluntary severance.