In Hill v Lloyds Bank plc; Lloyds Bank plc v Hill, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that requiring the employer to give an undertaking not to make a disabled employee work with two colleagues she claimed had bullied her, or to offer a severance payment if this was not possible, was a reasonable adjustment.
In Sinelnikova v ActivTrades plc, an employment tribunal upheld a compliance officer's claims of unfair dismissal, whistleblowing and victimisation after finding that she had been subjected to "concerted and malicious" action by her employer.
In Broadist v HM Prison Service, an employment tribunal found that the employer's refusal to allow a semi-retired dog handler to remain working on a part-time basis with an alternative dog, after his dog had died, amounted to indirect age discrimination.
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