Law centre suspended worker for alleging race bias
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Payling v (1) Judge and (2) Gloucester Law Centre  ET/1402617/97 (0 other reports)
In Payling v (1) Judge and (2) Gloucester Law Centre a law centre worker who was suspended following his allegation that the centre was possibly in breach of the Race Relations Act in the way it had handled a request for compassionate leave from an Asian member of staff was discriminated against by way of victimisation, holds a Bristol employment tribunal (Chair: H Parker).
Alan Payling was employed as an employment advice worker by Gloucester Law Centre.