London Borough of Southwark v Ayton
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London Borough of Southwark v Ayton EAT/515/03 (0 other reports)
In London Borough of Southwark v Ayton EAT/515/03, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld an employment tribunal's reasoning in finding victimisation and its recommendation that the respondent should arrange training in respect of racial awareness for the person held to have victimised the claimant, but remitted the claim to the employment tribunal to consider whether the allegation made by the claimant was false and not made in good faith.
Ms Ayton, an employee of the London Borough of Southwark, made a complaint of race discrimination against another employee, Ms Jansen, in June 2002.