Failure to provide signer for interview
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Murphy v Sheffield Hallam University  ET/2800489/98 (0 other reports)
An employer's failure to provide a sign interpreter during the interview of a profoundly deaf applicant was unlawful disability discrimination, rules a Sheffield employment tribunal (Chair: A J Glossop) in Murphy v Sheffield Hallam University.
Martin Murphy, who is profoundly deaf, applied for the position of Learner Support Coordinator with Sheffield Hallam University on 21 November 1997.