Monday 23 May 2022 02:22 PM Senior executive who claimed to be 'hypersensitive' to Wifi loses disability ... trends now
A businesswoman has lost a disability case after she claimed she was ridiculed for claiming to be 'hypersensitive' to 4G, Wifi and electromagnetic radiation.
Senior executive Tatsiana Hurynovich claimed she could not work in the office because it would 'adversely affect her spiritual energy'.
The Chief Operations Officer ordered special salt lamps which she believed would 'absorb Wi-Fi radiation' using company funds, but her boss refused to pay and she was left feeling 'ridiculed', an employment tribunal heard.
The panel was told Ms Hurynovich, who suffered from various mental health problems and ailments, felt the directors 'didn't take her seriously'.
Senior executive Tatsiana Hurynovich claimed she could not work in the office because it would 'adversely affect her spiritual energy'. Pictured, Pear Assurance House, the registered address of supplement business Ben Ong before it went into liquidation
She was later made redundant after the company went into liquidation before she sued the company.
But her claims have been dismissed by an employment tribunal after the panel found she was not discriminated against and concluded that her boss had taken her ill health seriously.
The hearing in Watford was told Ms