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14 June 2011
Employment Appeal Tribunal
Underhill J (P); Dr K Mohanty JP; Mrs D Palmer
Failing to take sufficient steps to prevent racial harassment by third parties breaches the Race Discrimination Directive (2000/43). This harassment predated the Equality Act 2010, which now provides that an employer can be liable for harassment by third parties where there are two or more incidents of harassment.
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