Victimisation: Back to square one

In its second ruling on the point in two months, the EAT has decided that post-termination victimisation remains unlawful after all, reports Hannah White ‘The EAT took further courage in its conclusion from the fact that, according to the ECJ in Coote, the UK is obliged under European law to provide protection from victimisation, including …
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