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Dismissed because of agoraphobia

This report relates to 1 case(s)

An employee's dismissal was due to her agoraphobia and this was disability discrimination, holds an Exeter employment tribunal (Chair: C F Sara) in Jeary v MIE Ltd.

Ms Jeary was employed by MIE Ltd as its UK sales coordinator from July 1997 until February 1998, when she was dismissed for gross misconduct in respect of a hotel loyalty scheme for which she had enrolled.