For different types of prejudice there is distinct compensation. In some cases discrimination and moral harassment are intertwined, to the extent that the courts hearing the case on the merits confuse them. In this case, however before the Cour de cassation, this was not so: the damages awarded for discrimination compensate the physical and moral harm arising from the interested party being deprived of part of her functions after returning from maternity leave and not from the harm suffered by this event which arose from the moral harassment which she suffered.