EAT PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE: Case management
UNFAIR DISMISSAL: Constructive dismissal
RACE DISCRIMINATION: Burden of proof
An Employment Tribunal did not err in law when it upheld the Claimant’s claim in part that she had been discriminated against by being excluded from a recruitment process, in which as a manager she should have been involved, on the ground of her race, and as an aggregate of all the events of which the Claimant complained she was constructively unfairly dismissed. The Tribunal’s refusal to allow a Respondent’s late application to call new witnesses was not an error of law or an unfair procedure but was within its case-management powers.
McMullen QC J
 UKEAT 0412 – 08 – 0810
Appeal from – St Christopher’s Fellowship v Walters-Ennis CA 30-Jul-2010
The court was asked whether the statutory burden of proof in a case of alleged direct race discrimination was properly understood and applied by the Employment Tribunal in accordance with section 54A(2) of the Race Relations Act 1976, as amended. . .
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Updated: 04 August 2022; Ref: scu.375934