In the case of Ramesh Patel v Folkestone Nursing Home Ltd , EWCA Civ 1689, Mr Patel, the claimant, was in March 2014 with two disciplinary offences during his employment as a care assistant at a Folkestone nursing home (the respondent). He was found to be asleep on duty and to have falsified records of certain residents.
This question around discriminatory treatment was asked at the Appeal Court in the case of Rochford v WNS Global Services UK Limited and others and the answer was ‘No’. Why? Because two wrongs do not make a right. Discriminatory treatment The employee, Mr Rochford, worked for the company as a senior vice president for a salary … Continued