Johal v Equality and Human Rights Commission EAT/0541/09
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Sex discrimination: Failure to notify employee on maternity leave of job vacancy was not sex discrimination
- 24 November 2010
In Johal v Equality and Human Rights Commission EAT/0541/09, the EAT held that the employer's failure to inform an employee on maternity leave of a job vacancy was not an act of sex discrimination.
No sex discrimination when administrative error meant woman on maternity leave not informed of internal vacancy
- 9 August 2010
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that, on the facts of the case, an employer did not commit sex discrimination against an employee on maternity leave when an administrative error meant that she was not informed of a job vacancy.