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Employment Tribunal Claim

We recently succeeded in a claim on behalf of a client in respect of an unfair dismissal, wrongful dismissal and age discrimination claim. Based on the circumstances surrounding this claim, the Tribunal agreed that the Claimant would not have been dismissed if she had been younger and as such the Tribunal awarded £4,500 towards injured feelings.  For a comment made by the Respondent which was clearly an unjustified detrimental response because of the Claimant’s age, the Tribunal awarded £500 for injured feelings.  An additional award was made in respect of the unfair dismissal and wrongful dismissal claims.


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