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Job refusal not justified

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    Sandy v Hampshire Constabulary [1997] IT/3101118/97 (0 other reports)

In Sandy v Hampshire Constabulary an employment tribunal held that a disabled individual was discriminated against when a job offer was withdrawn due to the levels of absence that his back problems were likely to cause.

Mr Sandy was registered disabled as a result of a back problem and partial loss of hearing.