HM Prison Service v Beart EAT/650/01
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Disability discrimination: Ongoing disciplinary proceedings does not suspend duty to make reasonable adjustments
- 15 February 2003
The fact that an employee was facing disciplinary proceedings which could have, and in fact did, result in her dismissal did not justify an employer's failure to make a reasonable adjustment under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, holds the EAT in HM Prison Service v Beart.
- 20 August 2002
This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering racial discrimination and reasonable adjustments.