All items: Discrimination "arising from" disability

  • Discrimination arising from disability: what is the cost to employers?

    Date:
    23 August 2016

    How much are employment tribunal rulings for discrimination arising from disability costing employers? We report on three recent remedy judgments for breaches of s.15 of the Equality Act 2010.

  • Employment law manual updates: Disability discrimination

    Date:
    15 June 2016

    The Disability discrimination section of the Employment law manual has been updated to include information on cases relating to medical evidence, discrimination arising from disability and the duty to make reasonable adjustments.

  • Podcast: How to avoid discrimination arising from disability

    Date:
    13 May 2016

    How have employers been falling foul of the Equality Act provisions on discrimination arising from disability? XpertHR editors Ellie Gelder and Stephen Simpson discuss three common threads that have emerged from the case law.

  • Can you withdraw a job offer because of previous poor attendance?

    Date:
    9 May 2016

    Can an employer withdraw a conditional job offer if it discovers from a reference that an employee's absence levels with a previous employer were very high? That was the issue in the discrimination arising from disability claim in West v Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

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Editor's choice: HR and legal information and guidance relating to discrimination "arising from" disability.