In this episode, Chris looks at two discrimination decisions from the EAT: Chalmers v Airpoint on when a complaint about discrimination will amount to a protected act for victimisation purposes, and Allay (UK) v Gehlen which looks at how often an employer should run bullying and harassment training.
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