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Disability discrimination: failure to record recruitment process leads to tribunal drawing adverse inferences

This report relates to 1 case(s)

Bowden v XC Trains Ltd ET/2505497/2012

disability discrimination | recruitment | record of process

It is perfectly possible for there to be very little direct evidence of discrimination in a recruitment process, but for an employee to win a tribunal claim because the employer's failure to keep a clear record leads to inconsistencies in its defence, as this disability discrimination case shows.