Employer has duty to provide complaints procedure
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Dillon v Outline Engraving Co Ltd  IT/18526/93 (0 other reports)
An employer has an obligation to provide an environment free of sexual harassment and a system whereby an employee can complain of behaviour which is unwanted, offensive and humiliating, says a Manchester industrial tribunal (Chair: J Corcoran) in Dillon v Outline Engraving Co Ltd.
Elizabeth Dillon, an artist employed in the respondents' reprographic department, resigned after having been subjected to sexual harassment and sexist remarks over a prolonged period.