Toth v HR GO (Liverpool) Ltd & Mayr-Meinhof Packaging UK Ltd Posted In: Case Law
Legal BodyEmployment Tribunal (ET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality
The claimant brought a disability discrimination case against the respondents and this was a preliminary hearing as to whether the claimant was a disabled person within the parameters of the legislation.
The claimant moved to live and work in the UK from Hungary in 2011. She does not speak English and relies upon her husband and/or son for translation and assistance with language. The claimant has a history of diagnosed moderate depression and anxiety, but she does not consider that it has a disabling effect. In 2014 the claimant had an incident at work where she was unable or disallowed from visiting the toilet when she had an urgent need. This occurred
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