Bijlani v Stewart QC & Ors

When considering whether or not an act amounts to a detriment for the purposes of equality legislation it is not necessary to find the perpetrator consciously or subconsciously targeted the Claimant. It is sufficient to show “a reasonable worker would or might take the view that he had ... been disadvantaged in the circumstances in which he had thereafter to work.”

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