A girl with dyslexia has won a handicap discrimination case against her company Starbucks after she was accused of falsifying files.
A tribunal found Meseret Kumulchew were discriminated against after making errors as a result of her problems with reading, writing and telling the time.
She told and was given lesser responsibilities at her division in London. Starbucks said it was in discussions.
As a manager at Starbucks in Clapham, south west London, Ms Kumulchew was responsible for entering the results in a duty roll and taking the temperature of refrigerators and water at particular times.
She was accused of falsifying the records after incorrectly entering info that was incorrect.