EAT Disability Discrimination: Reasonable Adjustments and Justification; Unfair Dismissal: Reasonableness of Dismissal
The Employment Tribunal is correct in finding that as employer did not regard the employee as disabled and took no steps to consider reasonable adjustments, it was entitled to find that the employer was in breach of sections 5(1) and 5(2) of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. The Employment Tribunal was also entitled, on the evidence, to find unfair dismissal. Archibald v Fife County Council  IRLR 651; Mid-Staffordshire General Hospitals NHS Trust v Campbell  IRLR 566; Collins v Royal National Theatre Board Limited  IRLR 395 considered.
His Honour Judge Birtles
UKEAT/0372/05/DM,  UKEAT 0372 – 05 – 0711
Cited – London Borough of Camden v Price-Job EAT 18-Dec-2007
EAT Disability discrimination – Reasonable adjustments/Justification
1. The employers appealed against two findings by the Tribunal that they had failed to make reasonable adjustments for her disability and . .
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Updated: 04 July 2022; Ref: scu.235317