Sacked high-flyer businesswoman loses tribunal over 'male banter' claims
A £200,000 a year businesswoman who claimed she was sacked from a major FTSE 100 company because she did not want to discuss football and go out drinking with "the lads" has lost her sexism claim. Adrienne Liebenberg was fired from her job as Director of Global Sales, Marketing and Innovation at international packing conglomerate DS Smith in December 2018 after being told that her leadership style was "not working".Link to Westlaw version
Category: Employment » Dismissal; Sex discrimination. Area(s) of law: Employment.