Discrimination arising from disability: withdrawal of job offer because of epilepsy not discriminatory
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Corry v Merseyrail Electric 2002 Ltd ET/2400795/2015 (0 other reports)
Corry v Merseyrail Electric 2002 Ltd ET/2400795/2015
disability discrimination | discrimination arising from disability | reasonable adjustments
An employment tribunal has found that an employer did not commit discrimination arising from disability and met its duty to make reasonable adjustments when it withdrew a conditional job offer after health and safety concerns over a job applicant's epilepsy.