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Gary Day-Davies vs United Learning Trust
If you believe an employee may need reasonable adjustments so that they can perform to the best of their ability, seek the advice of the occupational health department to get practical advice on how to support employees with disabilities or health conditions.
Ms S Khan vs SN Estates Property Services
Bullying and harassment at work is unwanted behaviour that makes an employee feel intimidated, degraded, humiliated or offended.
Alexander Wisbey vs the C of L Police Force and College of Policing
Indirect sex discrimination occurs when a rule, policy or practice places a particular sex at a disadvantage in the workplace.
Mr A Leader vs Leeds City Council
Employers can be held liable for the actions committed by an employee during their employment, this can include bullying, harassment and discriminatory behaviour.