Harassment of colleague does not found claim
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Wright v Trustees of the Eastleigh Interface Drugs & Alcohol Advisory Centre  IT/43250/94 (0 other reports)
A woman who had not been subjected personally to any sexual harassment could not claim that she had been discriminated against by reason her employer had not adequately disciplined a male colleague for sexually harassing a woman in her work team, holds a Southampton industrial tribunal (Chair: R Peters) in Wright v Trustees of the Eastleigh Interface Drugs & Alcohol Advisory Centre.
Ms Wright was employed as a community HIV and drugs counsellor. She was one of four employees.