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Comments about employee's sexual orientation after he "came out" were not discrimination

This report relates to 1 case(s)

sexual orientation discrimination | direct discrimination | harassment

The Court of Appeal has held that a gay employee, who had revealed his sexual orientation at his previous office, was not discriminated against at his new office when his manager mentioned his sexual orientation to, and in front of, colleagues.