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£15,000 for injury to feelings

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    Hextall v the Post Office [1998] ET/2801882/97 (0 other reports)

In Hextall v the Post Office a Sheffield employment tribunal (Chair: R L L Williams) orders the Post Office to pay £15,000 compensation for injury to feelings (including £5,000 for aggravated damages) to a female employee who suffered harassment from her line manager over 12 months, leading to eight months stress-related absence.

Jacqueline Hextall is a postal worker at the Post Office's Stocksbridge depot.