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Subjective and objective tests

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    Scott v Combined Property Services Ltd [1996] EAT/757/96 (0 other reports)

The EAT decision in Scott v Combined Property Services Ltd, rejecting a complaint that remarks about a woman's appearance or clothing amounted to sexual harassment, gives general guidance on the approach to be applied by industrial tribunals.

Karen Scott complained that she had been sexually harassed by the employer's managing director, Gordon Wilson.