Chatwal v Wandsworth Borough Council EAT/0487/10
Reports relating to this case:
- 27 February 2012
In Chatwal v Wandsworth Borough Council EAT/0487/10, the EAT held that a tribunal erred by failing properly to consider the evidence that an employee from a branch of Amritdhari Sikhs had established that his beliefs were shared by a sufficient group of people to support his indirect discrimination claim.
- 11 July 2011
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that the employment tribunal had not considered properly the evidence as to whether or not a significant group of Sikhs were disadvantaged by a council's policy that all staff who used of the communal staff kitchen had to join the rota to clean the fridge.