Tribunal | Trans employee wins £25k after managers 'deadnamed' her for two years

Trans employee wins £25k after managers 'deadnamed' her for two years

A trans employee has won over £25,000 in a first of its kind sex discrimination case after claiming her employer was ‘deadnaming’ her when they failed to change her identity on its online systems.

The employer, Kingston Council, was taken to an employment tribunal for taking two years to change the details of a trans staff member on their staff directory, door pass and pension records after she had transitioned.

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