Das v Ayrshire & Arran Health Board [2014]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Case Reference
  • Legal Body
    Employment Appeal Tribunal (UKEAT)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Discrimination and Equality
Issues covered: Race discrimination; Victimisation; Compensation

The claimant began his employment with the respondent in 2000 in the care of the elderly directorate as a locum staff grade doctor. In March 2006 he stated that he would not be able to see patients on behalf of locum clinics, effectively giving three weeks’ notice of his intention to change his working arrangements. A grievance process was concluded. 

In 2007 there was a difficulty about accommodation in that there were fewer rooms than there were doctors. The claimant was asked to move rooms and share with someone else and indicated in a letter that he would treat that as “racism/discrimination”. This matter was finally resolved following a meeting attended by the claimant’s trade

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This article is correct at 16/01/2015

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