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Employment Law

Legal guidance - compliance - software

16 APR 2013

Rowstock Limited v Jessemy UKEAT/0112/12; (2013) EMPLR 023

Discrimination - victimisation - ex-employee

5 March 2013

Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT)

Mr Recorder Luba QC, Mr B Beynon and Mr S Yeboah

Victimization after employment has ended does not give an ex-employee a right to complain to an employment tribunal.

J was compulsorily retired because he was over age 65. He complained of unfair dismissal and age discrimination. Those claims succeeded. His employer provided an unfavourable reference. J added to his other complaints a complaint of victimization, arguing that the reason for the poor reference was his complaint of age discrimination.

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