Sex discrimination: Failure to notify employee on maternity leave of job vacancy was not sex discrimination
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Johal v Equality and Human Rights Commission EAT/0541/09 (1 other report)
In Johal v Equality and Human Rights Commission EAT/0541/09, the EAT held that the employer's failure to inform an employee on maternity leave of a job vacancy was not an act of sex discrimination.
- An employee did not suffer unlawful sex discrimination when her employer failed to notify her of an internal job vacancy while she was on maternity leave.