Category Archives: Disability Discrimination

Is it discrimination to reject a job applicant based on a perception that the condition may become a disability?

We reported in January 2018 last year about the case of The Chief Constable of Norfolk v. Coffey [2017] UKEAT,  where the Norfolk Constabulary was found by the Employment Appeal Tribunal to have directly discriminated against a non-disabled job applicant by not offering her a job because they perceived her condition could become a disability […]

Is providing a dedicated parking space a reasonable adjustment for a disabled employee?

Disability Discrimination

Disability discrimination & reasonable adjustments In the recent case of Linsley v Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Custom UKEAT/0150/18 the Employment Appeal Tribunal decided the employer had not breached its duty to make reasonable adjustments when not offering an employee a dedicated parking space. This case is a useful example of how tribunals and […]

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