The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employer had failed to objectively justify its decision to issue a disciplinary sickness absence warning to a disabled employee.

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The Court of Appeal has held that an employer did not have constructive knowledge of an employee’s disability in a reasonable adjustments case.

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The European Court of Justice has held that dismissal trigger points for intermittent sickness absence were potentially discriminatory.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld a tribunal’s decision that an employer had directly discriminated against an employee because of a perceived disability.

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The Court of Appeal has held that advantageous treatment, in a case where disability discrimination was claimed, was not unfavourable.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employee who was depressed was not discriminated against when he was made redundant.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employee was not unfairly dismissed when he was made redundant because his disability was not the reason for his dismissal.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a job applicant with Asperger’s syndrome suffered disability discrimination by virtue of having to undergo a multiple choice test.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employee could not claim disability harassment and victimisation only on the basis of his assertion that he was disabled.

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