Nestlé is subject to in a bullying case before the Federal court

The Federal court takes to Decide a rule for months time. Otherwise, in the case of the food group Nestlé. No two weeks, the Supreme Swiss court needed to make

Nestlé is subject to in a bullying case before the Federal court

The Federal court takes to Decide a rule for months time. Otherwise, in the case of the food group Nestlé. No two weeks, the Supreme Swiss court needed to make in a lawsuit because of bullying, a judgment against Nestlé.

In a Monday published judgment, the Federal court dismissed the appeal of the group against a judgment of the Vaud cantonal court as inadmissible. The cantonal court had acknowledged in January that the 2011 dismissed Nestlé was bullied squad woman and a specialist in food safety Yasmine Motarjemi from your superiors for years. (Read here how Yasmine Motarjemi won the sensational process.) In the judgment of the speech, which affects previously healthy plaintiff until their end-of-life was of the "behind hältigem bullying".

The Canton court criticized the result of a Nestlé at a HR consultancy company-commissioned investigation as a "bogus report" and held a financial compensation is justified. The district court of Lausanne has been instructed as a lower court, an amount to be fixed. Yasmine Motarjemi demanded compensation for lost wage payments, pension Fund contributions, medical bills and attorney's fees.

"Appropriate steps" taken in

Nestlé is bullying and a violation of labor had denied the right, always. In the judgment of the cantonal court, the group saw a "final decision" had the district court of Lausanne has no other option than the Ex-squad wife to award compensation. The Federal court sees it differently. The decision of the cantonal court was not final. The district court of Lausanne had to answer various questions, have in the calculation of the compensation so some room for manoeuvre.

A Nestlé spokeswoman said the group did not, according to the Judgments of the first and the second instance before the Federal court that the bullying in question. Previously, you had supported "in good Faith in the investigation of an external service provider". The company has not discovered any moral harassment. "We are of the firm Conviction that the company took reasonable steps after it had been made aware of this Situation," said the spokeswoman, who had on Monday night by the Federal court judgment, not knowledge.

Created: 02.03.2020, 19:15 PM

Updated Date: 02 March 2020, 21:04

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