Fair dismissal for use of racist term heard by white colleagues only
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Mann v NSL Ltd ET/2600739/2015 (0 other reports)
Mann v NSL Ltd ET/2600739/2015
unfair dismissal | racism | offensive language
An employment tribunal has held that an employer fairly dismissed an employee for using a racist term in the presence of white colleagues. The tribunal was unimpressed with the claimant's arguments that he did not realise anyone was listening, did not intend to offend, and the word is "street talk" where he lives.