O'Neill v Metronet Rail BVC Ltd - employer's actions "imperfect", but not discriminatory

Example of where an employer's actions were imperfect, but it would be illogical to hold that they were discriminatory


Mr O'Neill was employed as a train maintainer in May 2006. He was subject to disciplinary proceedings and dismissed in March 2007. His internal appeal was rejected in April 2007, and subsequently he tried to raise a number of grievances. He claimed race discrimination at an employment tribunal, but his claim was dismissed.

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