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DWP WORKER ON WINNING TRIBUNAL CASE WITH BENEFITS BOSSES 10 Apr 2018 08:42 #6930

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DWP WORKER ON WINNING TRIBUNAL CASE WITH BENEFITS BOSSES

A disabled DWP employee has won a £26,000 payout after his bosses called him a “whinger” and gave him a warning after he 'nearly died' at work.

An employment tribunal awarded compensation after finding Barrie Caulcutt had been treated unfairly by his bosses at the Department for Work and Pensions.

The 55-year-old, of Caernarfon, North Wales, cried at the hearing, saying his life and health were ruined by bosses who said he didn't deserve to be treated nicely.
The father-of-two, who suffers from anxiety, chronic asthma and eczema, had to be rushed to hospital after he suffered an asthma attack at work, the Daily Post reports.
Mr Caulcutt had worked for the DWP for 35 years with an “exemplary” attendance record.

Problems started after he was moved from a backroom finance office to work on the “frontline” in Caernarfon facing claimants who were angry because their benefits were being sanctioned.

Read More Here;
www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/disabled-dwp-worker-who-nearly-12329770
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DWP WORKER ON WINNING TRIBUNAL CASE WITH BENEFITS BOSSES 10 Apr 2018 09:58 #6933

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It emerged that DWP bosses had taken photos of Mr Caulcutt and his disabled daughter at Tom Jones and Jessie J concerts in Colwyn Bay from his Facebook page, but DWP barrister David Tinkler denied there had been any “snooping”.

Anyone claiming ANY benefits would be wise to stay away from social media for this reason. Especially ESA claimants. Talk about a mother eating their own? And he still works for them? DWP say they will be `reviewing` the Tribunals findings.....meaning they might appeal against him.

Welcome to the club Mr Caulcutt.
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