Direct discrimination can be unconscious or subconscious
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Geller and another v Yeshurun Hebrew Congregation EAT/0190/15 (1 other report)
Geller and another v Yeshurun Hebrew Congregation EAT/0190/15
direct sex discrimination | motive | mental process
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that in cases where direct discrimination is not inherent in the act complained of, a tribunal must enquire further into the motivation, unconscious or subconscious, of the alleged discriminator.