This is a preview. To continue reading please log in or Register to read this article

Union refused to assist harassment victim

This report relates to 1 case(s)

  • expand disabled

    Armstrong v Prison Officers Association [1999] ET/2401194/98 (0 other reports)

A trade union which refused to assist a member in connection with her allegations of sexual harassment against a male colleague, who was also a member of the union, did not unlawfully discriminate, rules a Manchester employment tribunal (Chair: C J Chapman) in Armstrong v Prison Officers Association.

Mrs Armstrong, a member of the Prison Officers Association (POA), was employed as a prison officer at HMP Preston.