Pay-out for ex-postal worker over race discrimination
A former postal worker has been awarded undisclosed compensation after an employment tribunal ruled he had faced discrimination.
Abdul Musa was supported by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) in his claim of victimisation after he complained of racist behaviour among colleagues at a Royal Mail depot in Blackburn.
The case goes back to 2006, when Mr Musa made complaints of race discrimination, which led to another worker being sacked, after which he claimed he was "sent to Coventry" by other employees.
August 6, 2012