Azeem Rafiq’s sister has filed a proper grievance towards her employer, the Yorkshire Cricket Board (YCB), alleging mistreatment on the organisation.
Amna Rafiq, 26, self-certified for sick depart from her function as golf equipment and group improvement supervisor.
BBC Sport understands the conduct of sure people has been raised.
Amna is believed to really feel shunned by her employer after Azeem’s racism claims towards Yorkshire County Cricket Membership, as first reported by the Every day Mail.
The membership and the YCB are separate organisations however the latter describes itself because the “governing physique for leisure cricket in Yorkshire” and “working carefully” with companions of Yorkshire CCC.
Yorkshire CCC chief government Mark Arthur is a director for each organisations.
YCB mentioned in a press release: “The Yorkshire Cricket Board believes that any inside issues regarding its employees shouldn’t be mentioned publicly as a consequence of worker welfare, confidentiality and information safety causes.”
Final month, an unbiased investigation discovered that Azeem was the “sufferer of racial harassment and bullying” in his time on the membership.
In September 2020, he had mentioned the incidents left him near taking his personal life.
Yorkshire have launched a abstract of the panel’s report and proposals however mentioned the complete report cannot be launched for authorized causes “in relation to privateness legislation and defamation”.
The English Cricket Board (ECB) has now mentioned it’s exploring whether or not fees could also be introduced towards Yorkshire following the end result of the report.
Earlier this week, ECB managing director Neil Snowball confirmed to BBC Sport that they had been nonetheless awaiting the complete report from Yorkshire.
“Now we have now begun our personal regulatory course of and have requested Yorkshire for additional particulars on the findings, and a replica of the report,” the ECB mentioned in a press release. “If we do deliver any fees, these would go earlier than the Cricket Self-discipline Fee.”