ET3 grounds for resisting claim—direct sex discrimination, sexual harassment and constructive dismissal

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  • ET3 grounds for resisting claim—direct sex discrimination, sexual harassment and constructive dismissal

ET3 grounds for resisting claim—direct sex discrimination, sexual harassment and constructive dismissal

[Insert in para 6.1 of response form ET3]

    1. 1

      Many of the matters complained about by the Claimant occurred more than three months before the Claimant submitted her ET1; these claims have therefore been presented outside the time limits in section 123 of the Equality Act 2010 and the tribunal has no jurisdiction to hear them.

    1. 2

      Save that there were four female employees at the premises, including the Claimant, paragraph 1 of the Grounds of Claim is admitted.

    1. 3

      It is admitted that there was a conversation between the Claimant and [insert name] on [insert date] about sales reports. It is admitted that the Claimant told [insert name] that he would have to wait until after lunch for the sales report. [Insert name] found the Claimant’s tone angry and abrupt and asked her whether she was OK. It is denied that he said ‘No need to bite my head off; you on the rag or something?’ or anything similar to that. The Claimant told [insert name] that he should mind his own business and it was at that stage that [insert name] told the Claimant that he had not intended to offend her. It is denied that [insert name] subsequently had a conversation with any other colleague in which he referred to the Claimant as

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