Quarterly Review of Equality Law from JCJPosted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 10 November 2011
1. Cordell v Foreign and Commonwealth Office [UKEAT/0016/11/SM] (Cost and the duty to make reasonable adjustments)
2. Bennett v Bivonas LLP [ET/2500602/11] (Sexual orientation discrimination and the accidental discovery of homophobic comments)
3. Lisk v Shield Guardian Co Limited [ET/3300873/11] (Does an ex-serviceman’s belief that wearing a poppy in November amount to a philosophical belief?)
Cordell v Foreign and Commonwealth Office [UKEAT/0016/11/SM]
Cost and the duty to make reasonable adjustments
The recent case of Cordell –v- Foreign and Commonwealth Office provides guidance for employers about how to weigh up the duty to make reasonable
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