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He was bought up onto the stage and given a team T-shirt with pink writing on. I was sleeping very little and spent my evenings and weekends dreading work and reliving the humiliations I had suffered. With the example of their managers to follow, the homophobic atmosphere in the office worsened, he said. He was deeply offended and humiliated. The next day, Whitfield was giving a minute presentation to the conference.

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A manager at an international waste disposal company is claiming that he was forced out of his job by executives who constantly mocked him because he was a homosexual.

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Manager suffered 'incessant homophobic taunts'

It upheld his claim of constructive unfair dismissal. The second letter finally spurred the company's human resources department into action. The year-old business manager drew a strict line between his work and personal life: Despite that, Whitfield last week became the first worker in Britain to win a case under new the Employment Equality Sexual Orientation Act that came into force in Decemberaimed at preventing gay workers suffering discrimination: A manager who was persistently taunted about being gay by senior colleagues won a landmark case yesterday under new laws against sexual discrimination at work.

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Christopher Coney, a barrister for Cleanaway UK, suggested in cross-examination that Mr Whitfield did not know which Sebastian was being referred to. Alan Wardle of the gay and lesbian rights group Stonewall said the verdict sent a clear message to employers that bullying of lesbians and gay men at work was no longer going to be tolerated. He was bought up onto the stage and given a team T-shirt with pink writing on. Whitfield had offered to organise an Christmas event and had offered to dress up as Santa to hand round presents and get the party started. General Sexual harassment Sexual orientation discrimination Health: After the hearing Mr Whitfield said: The chair of the tribunal, Vivienne Gay, described the taunts as going far beyond occasional sallies.