London Clubs Management Ltd v Hood  IRLR 719 EAT
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Disability discrimination: Failure to pay contractual sick pay to disabled employee was not discriminatory
- 11 February 2002
In London Clubs Management Ltd v Hood, the EAT holds that an employer's failure to continue to pay a disabled employee contractual sick pay for his sickness absences from work was not for a reason relating to his disability and so did not amount to discriminatory treatment under the statutory provisions.
- 1 December 2001
In a landmark ruling, a worker was unlawfully dismissed even though she hid her pregnancy at interview and was unable to fulfil most of her contract. Plus cases on when sickness-related dismissal will be safe from disability discrimination claims, and how not to conduct an unfair dismissal settlement.
- 6 November 2001
This week's case roundup, covering what constitutes constructive dismissal and reasonable adjustments within disability discrimination.