JJ Food Service Ltd v Zulhayir: CA 16 Oct 2013

The employer appealed against the successful appeal by the employee to the EAT on the grounds of perversity notwithstanding that the parties agreed the facts found.
Held: The appeal was allowed.

Rimer, Tomlinson, McFarlane LJJ
[2013] EWCA Civ 1226
England and Wales
CitedStewart v Cleveland Guest (Engineering) Ltd EAT 4-May-1994
A display of nude images at a workplace may be discriminatory as sexual harassment, but some common sense was needed. The display of soft-porn photographs in a workplace need not of itself be subjecting a female worker to a detriment.
Mummery J . .
CitedYeboah v Crofton CA 31-May-2002
The industrial tribunal had made a finding of direct race discrimination. The Employment Appeal Tribunal found the decision perverse, and ordered a rehearing. The applicant appealed that order.
Held: The EAT must be careful not to take . .

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Updated: 21 November 2021; Ref: scu.516499