Li v Vision Security Group Ltd Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality, Recruitment and Selection
The claimant applied for the job of Security Controller which was advertised by the respondent. The role have involved CCTV work as well as responding to ‘crisis’ situations. At the time of making his application the Claimant was 58. The claimant’s background was having had five years in a security role examining CCTV. He was noted to have strong IT skills, degrees, multiple languages and good analytical skills.
Including the claimant there were five applicants. There was an English man in his early 30s, a Pakistani man in his mid-40s, a Romanian woman in her early 20s and a South African man in his late 30s. The claimant was the oldest and
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