Disciplinary hearing: Accompaniment by family member was reasonable adjustment
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Cox v Lancashire County Council ET/2402124/19 & ET/2404795/19 (0 other reports)
Cox v Lancashire County Council ET/2402124/19 & ET/2404795/19
disability discrimination | neurodiversity | companion at disciplinary hearing
In Cox v Lancashire County Council, an employment tribunal held that allowing an autistic employee's wife to accompany him at a disciplinary hearing was a reasonable adjustment under disability discrimination legislation.