Sex discrimination: "Intentional" indirect discrimination finding upheld
This report relates to 1 case(s)
London Underground Ltd v Edwards  IRLR 355 EAT (2 other reports)
In London Underground Ltd v Edwards, the EAT considers the issue of when indirect sex (or race) discrimination should be regarded as "intentional" so as to be capable of attracting an award of compensation. According to the EAT, the relevant question is the intention with which the discriminatory requirement or condition was applied to the claimant by the employer.