There is no doubt that the world is evolving, and technological advancements play a huge role in the modern society of the United Kingdom. At the time of writing, technology forms to be heavily integrated into the life of nearly every human, and most...
Businesses are liable for all acts of their employees and agents in the context of a discriminatory victimisation claim, whether the business did or did not have knowledge and/or approve of the alleged actions of their staff or agents.
An individual may have cause to bring a complaint or claim of victimisation if they are disadvantaged in any way as a result of having or having been believed by the business to have alleged or reported discrimination, issued tribunal or court proceedings as a result of discrimination or if they have assisted another individual in doing so.
The individual must prove a link between them having done one of these protected acts, that they did so in good faith and the disadvantage that they have suffered as a result.
Giving false evidence or information, or making a false allegation, is not a protected act if the evidence or information is given, or the allegation is made, in bad faith.