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Executive was told she was 'useless' pregnant [UK]

Author: Telegraph [UK] , Published on: 8 January 2008

A successful sales executive who was told by her boss that she would be "useless" because she was pregnant will receive up to £200,000 in compensation after winning her sex discrimination claim...Mrs Manning, 39, was twice demoted while on maternity leave...She eventually resigned from her £55,000-a-year post at Safetell...An employment tribunal in Ashford, Kent, found the company, which supplies security systems, and its managing director, Nick Medlam, guilty of 24 counts of sex discrimination.

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