Direct discrimination in the workplace: motive of final decision-maker is key
This report relates to 1 case(s)
CLFIS (UK) Ltd v Reynolds  IRLR 562 CA (0 other reports)
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that, in cases involving direct discrimination in the workplace, it is the motive of the decision-maker that is important and not those who may have influenced the decision. Imogen Noons explains the importance of this for employers.