By  on November 7, 2018

LONDON — Swiss luxury group Richemont has responded to a series of racial discrimination accusations by an accountant in its London office, and stressed its commitment to maintaining diversity in the workplace and fostering a “safe and fair” working environment.

Cheryl Spragg, who is black and employed in the company’s accounting department, had filed 35 complaints alleging that she was treated unfairly in the workplace due to her race. Judges at the Central London Employment Tribunal dismissed most of Spragg’s complaints but ruled that Richemont could have been more fair to her.

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