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Unsuccessful applicant not given feedback was victimised

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    Shah v Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council [1995] IT/50157/93 (0 other reports)

An employee who had made a race discrimination complaint was later unlawfully victimised when he was not, in accordance with normal practice, informed why his application for promotion had been unsuccessful, rules a Manchester industrial tribunal (Chair: C T Grazin) in Shah v Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council. It rejects the employer's defence that the complaint was false and not made in good faith.