Race discrimination: Process of reasoning required in determining complaints of direct discrimination
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Cromwell Hospital v Francis EAT/654/98 (0 other reports)
An employment tribunal failed to meet the minimum requirements for a reasoned decision in finding that an employer had unlawfully discriminated against two employees on racial grounds, holds the EAT in Cromwell Hospital v Francis and another 12.11.99 EAT 654/98. The EAT also sets out the steps to be taken by an employment tribunal, in determining complaints of direct race discrimination, to show the parties the process of reasoning by which they have come to win or lose.