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Drafting ET1 re: post-resignation discrimination

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Hi guys,


Just wondering if you could help me answer my query:

(claims of race discrimination, victimisation and constructive dismissal)

When claimant resigns in the middle of appeal investigation to earlier grievance in an act of last straw motion from the authority appealed from, do the remaining discriminating actions of the employer who in the end decides not to uphold appeal (surprise surprise ;) but hey! manages to dig themselves even more) count as acts of disrimination and can be claimed in ET1 or is it all until resignation (apart from discrimination with references, whenever that is the case) that should be put in ET1? (the "post-resignation discrimination" will be evidenced anyway, innit?....another bunch of **** looking for trouble...)

Ta. xxx

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Put all of it in, the original discriminating act and the problems with the grievance. The constructive dismissal comes from that "last straw" moment, which depending on what it was - could also be discriminatory.

I am not a legal professional or adviser, I am however a Law Student and very well versed areas of Employment Law. Anything I write here is purely from my own experiences! If I help, then click the star to add to my reputation :)

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