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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Work related stress not enough to show disability

Background The Claimant, a dyslexic man, brought proceedings for disability discrimination against his employers in 2012 and again in 2014. He asserted that he was disabled because he was dyslexic …

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Knowledge of consequences of a disability not required for unfair dismissal

The Claimant was employed as a Teacher by City of York Council (“the Council”). The Council was aware that the Claimant suffered from cystic fibrosis which made him a disabled …

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Medical evidence not always required

Background The Claimant was employed by Hampshire County Council (“the Council”) as a carer. The Council commenced disciplinary investigations after allegations were raised and the Claimant was suspended during a …

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Settlement agreements and constructive dismissal

Background The Claimant was a financial controller working for Lenlyn UK Ltd (“the Company”). The Company discovered £1.9 million missing as a result of a fraudulent contractor and had a …

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