Eweida v British Airways plc  IRLR 78 EAT
Reports relating to this case:
Religion or belief discrimination: Christian employee not permitted to wear cross over uniform did not suffer indirect discrimination
- 12 January 2009
In Eweida v British Airways plc EAT/0123/08, the EAT held that a uniform policy that prohibited visible items of jewellery, unless worn in pursuance of a mandatory scriptural requirement, did not indirectly discriminate against a Christian employee who wished to display a cross over her uniform.
- 9 December 2008
This week's case of the week, provided by DLA Piper, covers religious discrimination.
- 25 November 2008
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld an employment tribunal finding that a Christian employee, who was sent home when she insisted on wearing a cross visibly, in breach of the employer's uniform policy, did not suffer indirect discrimination.