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No adjustment reasonably practicable

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    Matty v Tesco Stores Ltd [1997] ET/1901114/97 (0 other reports)

In Matty v Tesco Stores Ltd a Leicester industrial tribunal (Chair: D Price) found that there were no reasonably practicable adjustments that would enable a diabetic to be employed as a fitter in the employer's distribution centre.

Mr Matty, a diabetic, applied for a job as a fitter at Tesco's distribution centre in Hinkley.