No religious discrimination over rejection of request for five weeks' holiday in summer
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Gareddu v London Underground Ltd ET/2201116/2015 (0 other reports)
Gareddu v London Underground Ltd ET/2201116/2015
religious discrimination | religious holidays | refusal of time off
An employer was entitled to turn down an employee's request for five consecutive weeks' annual leave in the summer to attend religious festivals with his family in Sardinia, in a useful case for employers faced with an employee asking for a long block of holiday for religious reasons.