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Post Office failed to protect against racial harassment

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    Chin v The Post Office and others [1996] IT/44750/95 (0 other reports)

By failing to take all reasonable steps to protect an employee from further racial harassment following complaint, contrary to its own harassment policy, the Post Office was liable, rules a Bedford industrial tribunal (Chair: C Tribe) in Chin v The Post Office and others.

Andrew Chin was employed at the Post Office's Northampton distribution depot as a postal assistant.