Employer cannot be required to survey racial composition
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Carrington v Helix Lighting Ltd  IRLR 6 EAT (0 other reports)
In Carrington v Helix Lighting Ltd (13 November 1989) EOR30B, the EAT holds that there is no power under the Industrial Tribunals Rules of Procedure to require an employer to furnish details of the ethnic composition of its workforce where such information is not already available. Instead, complainants should make use of the statutory question and answer procedure to attempt to elicit the necessary information.