Victimised for alleging sexual harassment
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Pedelty v Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council  IT/62051/92 (0 other reports)
A woman who was made to feel "like a leper" by her employer following her complaint that she had been sexually harassed over a period of time by a male colleague was unlawfully victimised, rules a Sheffield industrial tribunal (Chair: R L L Williams) in Pedelty v Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council.
Hazel Pedelty was employed as an assistant youth leader on a fixed yearly contract.