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No race discrimination against employee whose colleagues sometimes conversed in Punjabi or Urdu

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    Griffin v Hyder Brothers Ltd ET/2406224/2011 (0 other reports)

Griffin v Hyder Brothers Ltd ET/2406224/2011

race discrimination | direct discrimination | harassment | language spoken in the workplace

With workplaces in the UK having an increasing variety of nationalities working together, this case is a good example of some of the problems that can occur when colleagues insist on communicating in their first language, to the possible exclusion of other workers who do not speak this language.