Age discriminationresults in Mrs Yaxley winning compensation with advice from expert employment lawyers at Michael Lewin.
Mrs Yaxleyhad worked as a sonographer for over 22 years for the same company. All the staff were being offered training so they could work with a new high definition machine which was arriving from the USA.
Our client was the senior sonographer in her department so when her name was missed off the training schedule she assumed that she might be flown out to be taught the machine in action as had happened before.
She had queried the training schedule with her manager several times but had received no response from him with regards to the training issue. Mrs Yaxley was given a written warning due to not having attended vital training on the new machine; when she went in to see the manager to complain that her treatment was unfair she was sacked for insubordination towards a senior manager. Our client felt that the reluctance to train her was due to financial constraints as the hospital are charged for the number of people that are trained on each system and she had kept a copy of a previous email which had jokingly referred to her previous training as being the last the company would pay for.
I have been the victim of age discrimination and I would like advice from employment lawyers on how to make a compensation claim. Our client would not hesitate to recommend us to anyone we do all the paperwork we can on your behalf and you are kept fully updated with progress throughout your case.
If Michael Lewin can help you after you are a victim of age discrimination please call us today on: 0844 499 9302; we can give you adviceabout your entitlement to compensation.