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Venus Williams: ESPN’s Doug Adler sues over Australian Open sacking

Shared from on 16 February 2017

Sacked tennis commentator Doug Adler is to sue broadcaster ESPN, claiming he compared Venus Williams' tactics to a "guerilla", rather than a "gorilla".

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Can you sue your employer if you are bored at work?

Shared from on 2 August 2016

Are you what Frédérick Desnard, who’s suing his former employer in France for boredom, says he became? Are you a “professional zombie”? Desnard is suing his ex-employer, Interparfums, a fragrance company, for “bore out” and claiming €360,000 (£300,000).

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Former Co-op Group senior manager brings £5m unfair dismissal case

Shared from on 4 January 2016

Mutual denies claim that it sacked procurement director for blowing the whistle on malpractice

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Landmark discrimination case means more bureaucracy

Shared from on 27 October 2015

New ruling leaves door open for companies to potentially claim unfair dismissal when contracts aren't renewed. Rebecca Burn-Callander investigates

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Landmark discrimination case means more bureaucracy

Shared from on 27 October 2015

New ruling leaves door open for companies to potentially claim unfair dismissal when contracts aren't renewed. Rebecca Burn-Callander investigates

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Landmark discrimination case means more bureaucracy

Shared from on 27 October 2015

New ruling leaves door open for companies to potentially claim unfair dismissal when contracts aren't renewed. Rebecca Burn-Callander investigates

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Landmark discrimination case means more bureaucracy

Shared from on 27 October 2015

New ruling leaves door open for companies to potentially claim unfair dismissal when contracts aren't renewed. Rebecca Burn-Callander investigates

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tribunals
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Man drinks 10 beers, tells boss to ‘f— off’, wins claim for unfair dismissal

Shared from on 3 July 2015

It’s a licence to behave badly at office parties – and keep your job. The bad news for Australians is that such parties are likely to become sober affairs.

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Man drinks 10 beers, tells boss to ‘f— off’, wins claim for unfair dismissal

Shared from on 3 July 2015

It’s a licence to behave badly at office parties – and keep your job. The bad news for Australians is that such parties are likely to become sober affairs.

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Man drinks 10 beers, tells boss to ‘f— off’, wins claim for unfair dismissal

Shared from on 3 July 2015

It’s a licence to behave badly at office parties – and keep your job. The bad news for Australians is that such parties are likely to become sober affairs.

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Man drinks 10 beers, tells boss to ‘f— off’, wins claim for unfair dismissal

Shared from on 3 July 2015

It’s a licence to behave badly at office parties – and keep your job. The bad news for Australians is that such parties are likely to become sober affairs.

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Man drinks 10 beers, tells boss to ‘f— off’, wins claim for unfair dismissal

Shared from on 3 July 2015

It’s a licence to behave badly at office parties – and keep your job. The bad news for Australians is that such parties are likely to become sober affairs.

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Man drinks 10 beers, tells boss to ‘f— off’, wins claim for unfair dismissal

Shared from on 3 July 2015

It’s a licence to behave badly at office parties – and keep your job. The bad news for Australians is that such parties are likely to become sober affairs.

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Chiltern Firehouse architect awarded £250k after bullying at YOO Ltd

Shared from on 16 June 2015

A leading architect who helped to design top celebrity haunt Chiltern Firehouse has been awarded £250,000 in damages after being accused of 'exhibiting maternity paranoia' by a CEO.

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Chiltern Firehouse architect awarded £250k after bullying at YOO Ltd

Shared from on 16 June 2015

A leading architect who helped to design top celebrity haunt Chiltern Firehouse has been awarded £250,000 in damages after being accused of 'exhibiting maternity paranoia' by a CEO.

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