Capita-lising on the recent sexual harassment trend
Katie Mahoney and Rachel Reid-Ellaby consider a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling that a female manager had not harassed a junior male employee when she massaged his shoulders in an open plan office. It ruled her conduct was not “related to sex” and so was not unlawful.
Their article, available here, was originally published in ELA Briefing and is published with ELA's permission.
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