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VICTIMISATION: A dilemma for employers

24 May 2013  

Hannah Cunningham examines the litigation risk faced by employers who wish to turn down candidates or dismiss employees who have brought claims against a former employer

Some employers believe that an individual who has litigated against a former employer is likely to be ‘a trouble maker’, will be difficult to manage and is likely to do the same to them. They are therefore reluctant (rightly or wrongly) to recruit an employee who has brought previous proceedings such as a discrimination claim.

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  • Case(s) Referenced:

    Bouabdillah v Commerzbank AG [2013] ET/2203106/12