The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employee who resigned after raising a grievance about a transfer, but agreed to work for the new employer for a limited period, had not validly objected to her transfer.
In Sandhu v Jan de Rijk Transport Ltd  IRLR 519 CA the Court of Appeal held that when an employee negotiated severance terms and resigned during a meeting called without advance warning to effect his dismissal in circumstances where he had no time to reflect or seek advice, the only conclusion open to the tribunal as a matter of law was that he had been dismissed.
A bar worker who was sexually harassed by his male manager over a 10-month period, and who resigned when his complaints to the club management were not investigated, was unlawfully discriminated against on grounds of sex, rules a Sheffield employment tribunal (Chair: G R Little) in Case No. 2800061/00.
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