An employment tribunal seriously misdirected itself in concluding that an employer did not become subject to a duty under s.6 of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 to make adjustments in relation to a disabled person, and in conducting a "quasi-s.6" exercise solely on the basis of rival experts' evidence given to it at the hearing, holds the EAT in Post Office v Jones.
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