In Moyhing v Barts and London NHS Trust EAT/0085/06, the Employment Appeal Tribunal holds that an employer's policy of chaperoning male nurses carrying out intimate procedures on female patients was sex discrimination. The claimant was entitled to feel that the policy subjected him to a detriment.
This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering sex discrimination.
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