Muslim consultant awarded £22.5k for racist comments from director

A Muslim recruitment consultant has been awarded more than £22.5k in compensation after an agency director made racist and religious discriminatory comments about her.

A Bury St Edmunds employment tribunal found claimant Miss Noreen’s former employer, Peterborough-based recruitment agency Recruitment Finder, discriminated against her, and failed to pay redundancy or bonuses...

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