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Assertion of disability by employee not sufficient for a discrimination claim

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    Peninsula Business Service Ltd v Baker EAT/0241/16 (0 other reports)

Peninsula Business Service Ltd v Baker EAT/0241/16

disability discrimination | victimisation | harassment

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that the employee could not claim for harassment on the ground of disability where he had not proved, but merely asserted, that he has a disability.