Race discrimination: Random selection was non-discriminatory
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Isonor v Department of Social Security EAT/965/93 (0 other reports)
A random selection procedure under which an employer picked 30 applicants from a pool of 500 with the required educational qualifications, was not in itself discriminatory, holds the EAT in Isonor v Department of Social Security. The procedure adopted amounted to a simple lottery, governed entirely by chance.