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Part-time work should have been considered

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    Wilding v British Telecom plc [1999] ET/2202759/98 (0 other reports)

In Wilding v British Telecom plc a London North employment tribunal (Chair: E M Prevezer) has upheld a claim under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 from a manager with a back injury who was dismissed on grounds of capability. The tribunal finds that before dismissing him, it would have been a reasonable adjustment for the employers to have considered offering the applicant part-time work.